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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 22, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00625
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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t 4 Yovtlis Plead' Guilty ittack ,

; : Case; face Life Sentences ,

Four young ulen from the Liberty the attack seemed inconclusive
City area pleaded guilty It is be'l.ved' deal was made

t Wednesday to attacking a 19- between counsels a anility plea...,.:-. ,
Florida PTA Shouts Down RacistsRacist year-old White waitress on Oct. In exchange for a promise to
4 and all: ,face life terms In pri save the ypuths from the chair.:

Siimpter take over the state meeting of shouted objections Into It every son.The four are accused of dragging Pleading guilty were '.Elehue ;
the White .Parent-Teacher Con time he got a chance. lIe even the blonde girl out of her (Truman) "Smith, 29, of 906 NW .
Lowry Fails to gress attended by 1600 delegates objected to a group singing a automobile and driving her In 69th st.r| David Alexander ,il s
here. calypso song, asking "Why ire their car to an isolated section (Monk) Clark, 20, of 350 NH
Take Over Rabbl:' rouser Lowry and a they singing a song in a foreign near NW 54th at. and 29th ave. 70th st,; Alfred Ellington
SARASOTA Unsuccessful' small group of diehard segregationists language?" where they attacked her. (Dune) Duncan, 19, of 1760 NW 1
segregationist gubernatorial can objected to almost 'everything This hard core minority did The decision of the tour to 08th terr., and Arthur Lee '
didate Sumpter Lowry of Tampa the convention tried to do. little to sway the delegates and plead guilty came as a.surprise, (Poopsie) Farrington, 21, of 805.
': failed in hU disrupt and He grabbed a microphone and SKK KACJST ", ge 5 to many because first reports of NW 68th st. ,' -: 1


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I: 12 ': "Years I of Meritorious, Service Judge's Case Still Pending .II, I IThe

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'Dr*. IU W, Puryar, president of ..._ 4x
of Florida Normal "and Industrial threatned'Investigation --;--- "
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Memorial College SJi Augustine, '' \Miami's only Negro judge, Muni
I I wilt deliver the principal address Roy Wilkins Speaks at cipal Judge John' D, Johnson, la .' ....l!
for"sthe Recognition Service of stl'l hanging In the balance after ,..1
three weeks. .
f ,. I Bethel AME Sunday
:_. t. vj"wa ..
.y r Miami city commissioner

'II Roy Wilkins, executive secretary ed to hear this national leaderof dumped the Issue from their lapson I
\ of 'thXUNAACP, will( deliveran the Negroes' fight for freedom Monday when they ordered
H address Sunday 3:30: p.m at In the U.S. City Manager\ A. B. Evans, to ....
1 'r confer with Chief Municipal
? Greater AME Church,
Rev. $. y4.4Cousin| pastor' MIAMI MAN Judge son's case.Albert Dubbin about John'

The program begins with a t)

1 musical rt1u-dC, by the Southland SAVES 2 WHITES Judge Johnson was fined $50
\ Singers. "Greetings will! be for contempt of court four week
I brought by Haskell Laura, ago for ignoring/ court citation
southeastern region director of FROM CANAL Johnson( claimed that the heavy "
the' American, Jewish Congress; load of canes on his docket at the rr
the Rev William K Williams A young Miami man dived Intoa Negro Municipal Court made him
t tI erecutivea fllrdctar' of the Dad canal' Monday to, save, the liven neglect his private practice..
,I County Conndil. on Community of a couple' whose car skidded
t Relations ,//ind, Robert M. Thor through a fence and plunged Into ,A new regulation has been put
the water beside the Sunshine into effect that no more than 80
HKV. EDWARD T. (2IU 11 AIM ner,,first Ameri
can Civil Liberties ynjon$ Parkway near St. Petersburg.State cases can be tried In his courtIn

the Rev Edward T. Graham, minister The appeal will: be made by the Patrolmen said George any day. There have been .. -- .....-- --
i of Mt. Zion Baptist Chlilth, Rev: Theodore Gibson, president Shedrlck 25, of 308 NW 7th st. days when the judge has tried as
Sunday, Nov. 23 at the 1|. ,a.m. : of the NAACE. Miami branch. saw the car leave the highwayand many as 125 cases Dr. II, Melton White who re
'f worship service Mrs. Ruth'tPerjy, vice president, stopped his own car to res Judge Johnson offered his resignation cently opened his dental officeat
The hit Zion Baptist ChurchIs Miami Branch, will: Introduce Mr. cue Mr. and Mrs. George Kintzerof three weeks ago but the 1638 NW 62nd st., is a native
honoring its minister for 12 WUklus. .. "llarrlsburg, Pa. Neither was City Commission' refused to accept of Chester, S. C. As an undergraduate
of meritorious service. I' "audience he attended S'.
yean An over> ow is expect. seriously It
.... Agustine's College, Raleigh NO,
I' I and did his professional trainingat
Meharry Medical College
Nashville, Tenn., class of 60./
Prairie View in
lie has served in two branchesof
the armed services*

Prior to completion of un4lAr.l
'I Blossom Classic graduate work, h., nerved In the y
Navy and upnit' g'aduation from
dental school! he enlisted In the
The Florida Iit't ers wl.l: the Orange Bowl to take a Only a 1114 opening game tie Army for two years Then two
try to overcome Jhelr) Prairie 33.27 thriller In 1953. That was with! Jackson (Mian.) State mar I years were spent practicing dentistry .
View Qran,,9.",\\1.Blossom ,Clastic the year Charlie Dracklns, Pan I Pjalrle View's record PralrU at the Philadelphia:'
Jinx on Defender) 13 when the (her quarterback, did everything View bas won six games, and Quartermaster Depot Phlladel, j
Panthers froth 'fual Invade Mi right to outscore the great Rat plays two more, The Panther phla, Pa. Here In Miami, he Is
snare famed Orange Bowl for tier back Wilde Oallmore. meet Wiley College Saturday and engaged In the general practice
the 26th renewal ,,of the biggest The Rattlers, defending national Southern Nov. 29. of adults and childrf'''''' dentistry
Negro aporttaMv. e nt .In the coun champions, have won 15 ,
I straight games over a two'year The Rattlers thin year have '
: y try.This wllf. b'1'Jb. Rattlers third period.,They meet once.beaten scored 227 points for an aver. Dr. White was an honor grajlu,
try against the Panthers aDd I Southern In Daton Rouge, La. age of 37.1. They have yielded ate of Meharry and I Is u member -
they have yet to1' beat them .in a Saturday night, Their last ganw 56 for a 9,3 average. Prairie of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.Mrs. .
C1a, Ie. Prairie -View beat the : before the Classic will be against View has scored 223 for an average While Is formerly Ilerthenla
i Rattlers 80 IRJH38 at Durkee Texas Southern of Houston In of 30.1. They have given Stephens of St. Petersburg, and
Field In Jacksonville. and came I Ta'lahasse Nov. 29. up an average of 10.1 points. they have a two-year-oid son


elude The special 7:30 service by the will Young in Ta'es Jail Hours I

,k,",,' Her.Peoples'Graham.will Choir be Climaxing a In special honor thin presentAtion of tho occasion ' 2 ; Prisoner Killed :

highlighting the life of
vv i rooming Louke over the weekend slug from the officers gun Into door leading Into a lobby and
Mississippi Migrant when he barricaded himself Into hla( back. tried to force It open',
HELD IN SLAYING Goes Bo erlc the cheap room be shared with [Everyone ran screaming from Police Chief Bob DeWItt and
OF COMMONLAW.WIFE ,three other men. HU landlady the jail Including the pollee( Sheriff's Sgt. Roy Davis fired r
-- A MJuLasiftpl migrant laborer reported Shatter obviously de chief who merely ducked a shot through the grass: door at. the sll a
i. who only'! came tot.Florid last ranged by his strange actions,.. tired by the enraged prisoner houetted figure killing him instantly -
week tookkrer tb*r homestead since he came to the bouse. The crowd that formed outside As the dead man lay on
"" David Lee Neel,. 22, of' 157's city jail MeKlay c aftHMttm arts clpeely resembled a mob. They the floor Sgt., Davis stepped tip
e i\ NW 16th St., was booked fo.r Inrestlgatlon going besslf M 3* On Monday Shaffer feigned cursed and threatened as they and fired another shell Into his
of murder late Sunday Robert ,8Kr r. >*; was finally Hfres' and jumped his guard coddled their shotguns and pis stomach. ,
,. Jn the shooting of his 20- siubdued1 with /tear gas bombs when be tame to Investigate, hit loin held In the
fear-old common-law wife. and eat dowW with! Mved-off ting him orn' the head with his always Beady Chief DeWItt rushed from the
Homicide Detective Ernie shot guns aftjrf, holding more night stick. Shaffer ran Into the position, building yelling "We. got him, ;
,! Bush said Neely admitted shootIng than 100. pelle i-officeri from all duty room and hit officer Ted The chain of events that started We cut him In two. ,
his wife, Hani Jeanette Tur- over the cduay't; by) 'for two Dean over the bead with the about four o'clock was ended Shaffer's body will be er .with a ,22 caliber pltl:*l beers.h .' .. stick lie pUtol-whlppd the,desk! about 8'40: when 8naffer blind by plane Saturday to .his home
their apartment. er 'ltrrii.\ :tit'rea etl; M"bts' officer( and fired *, .31'<4Ubr ed_ by teargas. staggered to a I in Morehead, :Miss. *.>.. *"x .

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complete report. :Finally I MAYS BEATS
MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" Elks' DistrictDeputy to have, my a daughters, let us,

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 Daughter'sItinerary strive truthful to, be honest humble, efficient, serviceable, appreciative , I BOOKER. T 19-6

and prayerful., Let us
Mays High led by Harvey
on the goal
our eyes
Martha Lewis Crowned Queen at B.C.C.. the prize of eternal life and Langston and Ernest, Coney,
of roared to 19.6 football
Elks a
To the Daughter lay aside all the things which so victory
South Florida District: aslly upset ULFraternaJ1y over Booker T. Washington'
It Is Monday, and we attended Tornadoes Saturday night at

church a* usual yesterday. Thfonracher Marie M. White, Dist. Deputy Dorsey Park.Iangeton .
selected for his subject I
scored the winning
"Thou will keep him in perfect
Rams' opening touchdown
Beautiful from
whose mind is staved on Bargain -
the one early In the second quar
thee." Then, he quoted the Home
words of the Hymnologlst. "What ter.
troubles have we seen what conS Large corner lot. City water, Coney tallied from the one for
nets have we passed by wars ten large trees, real cool 3-bed- a 13-0 halftime lead, then went
without and fears within, sincewe rooms. Carporte, separate living over again from the fire in the
assembled last." Yes, these room dining room, kitchen, utility third quarter. Booker' T. scored
words were spoken )>y the Rev. room. Use your lot as a down on Herbert Clark's three'yard
Emory Jackson, assistant pastorof payment. 2AN 68t .St. smash in the final moments of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Wo the game.
Joined with the large crowd, JE 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m.

whose' echoes were heard. ....
11counting our numerous

blessings, among them is the 32 CHARLES' POULTRYAnd
years that we have spent as a
financial member of the Daughter '
r Elks. We are now entering j Fish Market '
,. our 17th year as district deputy I
; and in possession of our 17th
4 commission. We have tried to ; Quality Live &. Dressed Pcndby"FRESH
Rry aN. se'l and build Elkdom through S

many dangers, toils! and snares,
but regardless of false statementsand
misrepresentation, we have FISH DAIIY'Croceie.

kept our eyes on the prize.
FruiU Fresh
: -- Meats -
It you have failed to add one
new member to your roll or to BEER AND WIN .TO-TAKE OUT ..
allow) your disbursements to' exceed -

progressive your Intake- temple! you and are, shouldput a pen-" 340 NAY.16th Terr. Phone FIt4134S'Open '

forth every effort to pull:! up.
4F We would like to openly ex Sunday Til 12 Noon

press our sincere appreciation to
several of our brothers from. FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
,F Atlas Lodge 308, who visited us
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Daytona neacn. In the proua cnapters jnaae contributions of splendid advice, these men have
tradition and regal regalia, $100 or more but chose not to great love and respect.,., for those
amidst a royal gaterlng; of stu enter a contestant.The who have 'labored and tolled
dt"ntaand alumni enjoying a president reports the contest throughout the years to keep Rejected Automobile
formal ball in the beautiful an overwhelming success, this noble .order on top.
Moore gym, Mrs. Martha Lewis and that funds from the contest Our 'Itinerary is as follows:
of Dade City, was crowned increased more than 100 percentover Tuesday, Dec. 2, Sunny South InsuranceIf
"Miss Alumni of 1958-59," by last year, "with this type Florida Temple No.- 895, Delray
Willie J. Wright I, president of of spirit we are :booking towardour Beach.
the National Alumni Association, best year. .Wednesday, Dec. 3, Pride of s ..
Inc., at Dethune.Cookman Col Ft. Lauderdale No. 395.
lege. On behalf of the National Tuesday, Dec. 9, Oversea other companies don't want it,. wecan
Alumni Association Dr. R. V.
Temple, Homestead.
Mrs. Lewis was dressed elegantly Moore, president of the' college, Wednesday, Dec. 10, Greater place it. Our excellent: insurance !
in the alma mater's colors was presented with a check for
Miami No. 769. .
maroon and gold, as she was $850 by Mr. Wright for current Sunday, Dec. 14, ParamountPast facilities permit us to place*thi.type of
presented her crown and two operational expense. This is the Ruler business phone us if can't
Daughter Council:, W. so you : placeit.
dozen long stem Red American first payment on a $3,000 pledge Palm Beach.

Beauty roses accompanied by the made to the college by the Association Tuesday, Dec 16, Liberty -
2% ft tall rotating -golden trophy for 195859. Temple No. 724, Miami.

which was engraved with The association has adopted Sunday, bec., 21, EvergladesPast .
her name, and the chapter which
athletics as Its national projeCtfor Daughter Rulers Council
she represented This is the sec '
the year. The purpose, to get with Liberty Temple. FEDERAL.
ond the Dade
straight year City
I top high school athletes who also We are requesting Emma V. .
has the Should
won trophy.
possess scholastic ability, .tq attend Kelly Temple No. 965 to notify *
Dade win next
City again
year BethuneCooVman Collegefor us as to date as usual, because
the trophy becomes their for Insurance
keeps, the year 195960. we have two special deputies In Agency
Mr. Wright stated his personal our district, Dt. Alaine Waldon
O. K. MIckens. ,president of attention will be given to the will preside over the election tn CHARLES J. PISTORINO, AGENT
the chapter, assured the president
Miami area. Paramount No. 48 and Dt. Alice
his chapter would walk off: 213 N.E. 2nd Ave
Edwards over Coral City No. 400 Ph FR. 3-8146
with top honors next year. : The alumni is now making in Key West.

Runner up prizes were givento pans! for its national meeting We .are requesting alP officers
which is to be held In Daytona
Mrs. Louise Foster of Sanford I I Deach the Saturday before 1..N.w'bY.Y_........_....__.y__... _...__.__......"._..__Um _... . .
chapter, second place, and commencement :: .Y.Y "M .1... .
r-:i---nf:---A-.w.'i- < "tii.or'O" ;)
Mrs. Gwendolyn Dullard of Miami where they will entertain fiea.--:.. .......-.tQt-t.v.: ; ... ....t<<... -.:.A raeae_ gr_ eagsgaoeaI
for 3rd place. We congratulate the reunion of classes at
the Sanford chapter tot '09, '19, '29, '39, 49 and '59.
their great effort having \only OPENING
been organized six weeks before Grid Scores
the contest ended with .25 'mem, r

her*. 11011(115Afi1i B3 _?....? Allen 14
Mrs. Lewis reigned elegantlyover i Morgan St. 60 ..,? Hampton 0 I
,the homecomng activities of St.. Augustine:: 12.... JO Smith O Large 1. Airy '
the alumni and was feted at the Flu. Normal 21 ,..?....... Paine 20 pis.
alumni reception and reunion Voorheea O ,..?,.. S.C. Trades 0
held at the spacflous'home of Albany St 20 .... Mor. Drown 12:
Atty. N. E. Hill. Miss Alumni' and King 20 .,......?, Delaware St .6LlvRtone. 6 1&2
her court, a'ong/ with the Na 28 .,?...,... St. Paul' 0 BEDROOMS
tional afflcers were ,presentedalso ItlnefleM 8 ........... W. Liberty 7
during the halftime of the M.I. St. 43 ............; Ella City 8 B FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHEDNO
homecoming game,. which- tho Storehouse 6 .......-..,.,., Howard 6
Wildcats of B.C.C. won 38.0. __ Clark 22 _...? Savannah St. 11TmkeRpe h DEPOSITS-MOVE RIGHT INi

The Miss Alumni contest is 1.. .??.??..... DlllanI 13
presented each year as a fund AVhama St. 20 ...:......_. Flak 0 .
raising activity of national association Lane 10 ....,.?,?.... Knoxville 10 ELECTRICWATER
with the alumni, (be- Southern 21 .......?.........: Wiley 0Xav. -
ng supported by a chapter of the (N.. 01') 2H...??. II Cook.20 F R E
alumni) raising the highest Daniel Payne 12 .?, Tonjraloo 12 I I. E

amount being/ the winner. Shaw 54 .................... Lincoln 8 .
Mrs. Martha Lewis, winner, of Rust Oti ..,.........:.?... Oklahoma 0 GAS
the Dade City chapter, $370: PnUr View 59 .? Ml *. Voc 19
Mrs. Louise Foster at the Sanford Lincoln 28 ?.?.?.... Tenn. St. 12 !H

chapter $327: Mrs. Gwen W. Va, St..27 WitVa. Tech 28 MODERN TILE. BATH BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS
dolyn Harris of the Jacksonville (Centra St. 28 .... Waynesbnrg 13 PLAY' AREA OFFSTRE&T PARKING &Tc.I .
chapter $110; Miss Bettye Morns IlNioj. 20 ............ Tea: Col 1:1JM'k. : I ,
of the Daytona chapter $100; .'m SI. 18 ........... Ky. St. 0 e
Mrs. Ernestine Martin of the S, (Vir. 3H .........._ Benedict 14 I MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY
Ocala chapter $100 ten other Y, C. AT .14 ........ Va. State 14 b AND CLEAN .


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Lamar) was recently crowned Square.. Ballroom, and. several review and fashion review
Queen of the Sunlight School other members of the class. Planned Community with a parkIn
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are' left to right, standlagr:- Mrs. I Runners.up to "Miss Sunlight" the prom which was a fit
L A. Julius, wife of the ,presi were, Miss Terry Darrell (standing ting lead-up to the graduation $l,500'DOWN-Balance' less than rent.
dent., of ,the school;.. Mrs. Ella third from right), Mrs. Mil exercises held Sunday at Mt. .
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1600 N.W. 24th Terr., Fort Lauderdale '

I Endorse Integration! ) Phone LU 3.7720

Washington The struggle to
end racial segregation has drawn UNCF Distributes

renewed of two backing major religious from" the' groupsin bishops $475,000New YOUI* CREDIT IS the U. S.
York The United Negro .
In separate meetings, t h 0 College Fund Is distributing
Roman Catholic bishops, a\IL{j.4 1475,000 to its 33 member colftges -
the Methodist Council of tUh and universities this' week
ops issued statements on the according lo W. J, Trent Jr., :;yfe
segregation problem and the' Fund,executive director. :storeyNO
stand their followers. should ."Today's allocations bring
take. UNCF appropriations to $1,386,' .
779 for the current calendar
The Roman Catholics, meeting year" Mr Trent said. 'These
in Washingtan, said enforced unrestricted funds are used by I e ae
segregation cannot be "reconctl the member colleges for current
ed with the Christian view of operating expenses"
our fellow man."
The pioneer la cooperative
The Methodists, meeting la fund raising for Institutions of MONEY DOWN
Cincinnati, urged their follow. higher learning the UNCF co
etc to accept In good faith the ordnates the efforts of Its Independent .
U. S. Supreme Court decisions accreted' member colleges
that ban racial segregation In In seeking. nationwide public
public schools. and corporate IUpport.fI'.
e e e .
"Beginning with' Us first organized
Doth stands reflected statements appeal in 1(44, the Col ,
made by the groups in lege Fund has raised approximately .
the past. 10 percent of the annual
academic budget. of its member
The statements recognized schools each year," -Mr. Trent
the difficulties involved In .end said 'The joint fundraising pat e e e e ei
ing segregation. The Catholic tern set by the' UNCF-Is now followed -
bishops said Integration programs by some 40 organizations MrQnfiaejrj
must be based on pru soliciting support for groups of < :"i7ipiii'Pffftpp@:;): :: |
dence.. America's private colleges." : :

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The Southern Newspaper Association meeting in its Grace Presfcy

55th annual convention at Boca Raton gave its opinion on
Sunday 11 o'clock
integration and how It thinks this problem will be solved. Dr. John Milton Smith will be

Opinions came from Memphis, Columbus, Ga., Baton the spea'ter' at Grace Presbyterian

Rouge, Dallas Newport News, Spartanburg and Fort I I Church corner 14th are. and
Lauderdale. None of these newspaper. publishers were. 69th at. Ue will give the history
of the church.
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" Phil Buchheit, Spartanburg, S. C., Herald-Journal: TAYLOR

Office- --at-1112-!t .W.-Third- Are.. Miami, Florida-Phone. FR 3-2230----- It's strictly southern where I'm at. If I could answer a

Plant at O74O .Y.\V': 15th An'Due-l"hoDe OX IK)121 question as to how it could be resolved I'd write a best PRIVATE DETECTIVE &.
seller and sell it to the NAACP."
Entered .11 Second Claw Matter, August 9, 1027. at the Post Officeat Ted Gore, Fort Lauderdale Daily News: "It's plentyhot INVESTIGATING BUREAU

Miami Horlda, tinder the act of March 8, 187OIf. and I don't think we'll see much prpgress for 10 years. 228 NW 14tb St..

E. SlfilSMCXD REEVES, Editor Phone FR 1-8229
(aUTII C. REEVES, Managing Editor and BralneM Manager '
Metro assistant county manager is former Miami, Florida.

Member of the National Newspaper Pabllshen AssociationMember managing editor Hoke Welch of the Miami Daily News. .
of the Associated Negro Press The assistant manager will receive a salary of"$15,000a

year. Mr. Welch is not a stranger to Miami, having lived NEVER CLOSE .
-CKEDO OP THE XEGItO PRESS" here since 1941, and serving as editor of one of our Civil Criminal Domestic
'HIE NEGRO PRESS belleie that America can best lead the world leading newspapers, add much to his other qualifications' Personal Confidential";* Private
when It accords to man.
from racial and national antagonism every Missing Persons FoundInvestigations
for this .
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal right Hatingno position.JUST

man fearing no man-the Negro Press strive to help every man We specialize In Sldn-Traclne
in the firm belief that all men are hurt an long as anyone la held ..... .. and Recover}' of, Automobile and
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Ixu'k. Equipment.
:24 hour service day or night
NOTEBOOK BROWSN'PAUL / Notarized affidavits and report on
request. We are bonded to the
State of Florida. No job too largeor

evelj.thing.e thanks" ____..... ......._._.__ .... I
Next Thursday is i our annual Thanksgiving Day. We I ;: : ; 0-
can be thankful for everything. Thankful that we are I Ialh.e. plans build: a $ ,o er with Webb winning by a TKOin
000) criminal court house and the seventh. Gland Trouble
Some of us might not live to see another Thanksgiving . jal with six stories. Location

Day. the Miami Civic Center. Some of The FAMU Rattlers are still Urinary TroublesPains
We can b. thankful for our nation, thankful for the commissioners don't thinK ratting and has not as yet been in RACK, HIPS,
learning to live together, for more constitutional rightsfor the site a suitable one. checked. This weekend they LEGS!

all of our people, for efforts being made for improvedrace meet Southern University. Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR

relations, for more jobs and homes, for education facilities The Federal Communications. WEAKNESS
available' and for efforts to improve them. In fact Commission Stern, representative a retired Supreme, Horace Birthday Party It IOU are a victim of

as we have already said, we can, or should be thankfulfor Court Justice, who has b<>rn Little Janette Roberts celebrated these symptoms then your
her 10th birthday with a par trouble may be traced to
everything.On hearing the case of channel 10,
ty given her by her adopted Glandular Inflammation of
this day, services will be held in many of our ordered reviewed by the Com mother, Mrs. Henrietta Sweet. the Prostrate Gland.
churches. There is an opportunity to show gratitude for mission, expects to snake his re Ing, 211 NW 15th st, Sunday Neglect of Glandular: inflammation
port by Dec. 1.
our creation, preservation and all the blessings of life. afternoon, Nov. 16 The party often leads to
interfere was belated for Janette, whose premature loss of function,
One hour spent in thanking God, need not Before Judge Ray Pearson
birthday was Memorial Day, November low vitality, loss vigor, surgery :
with our thanksgiving dinner and other four men pleaded 11. or malignancy.

guilty of raping a U-year.old The honoree welcomed 75 kids Why Suffer Delay and
INSURANCE CLEANUP White girl. Sentence will be passed and adults to the Sweeting home' Get Worse?
on them Nor. 26. ;
There is quite a bit of legal activity going on with colorful which was gaily decorated with i Modem Methods Bring
I balloons. Gratifying Results
Music and refreshments -
some insurance companies, doctors, lawyers and perhaps The Palmetto Expressway Is were In abundance. 1!I Without Surgery In Most

ambubnee_m._ nnoeO+ATA-.- occupying the attention of the There were Ice cream, candy, CaaesCOXSULTATIOX
The authorities and newspapers are trying to cleanup State Road Department Engi cookies, multicolored cakes, FREE
what rvight'be called a racket in the insurance busi- neers. Bids to widen sections punch and other goodies to the Hour: Mon., Tues., Fri.
ness and possibly reduce liability Insurance rates rather from 8th to 53rd streets have delight of the frolicking guests. 'I Sat., 10 a.m to 5 p.m.
been submitted. Mrs. Eliza Dean, Little Janette's Closed Wed., Thurs.,
than increase them.In .
godmother, shared in the celebration SOUTHERN
Dade Coupty these rates are twice as high as in City Judges differ In traffic by cutting the cake NEW LOCATION
other parts of the state. The argument seems to be the cases- policy Two, Judge Gold Many birthday presents were
much larger number of accidents and claims in Dade. man and Judge Dublin, will suspend presented, Janette and the happy 2847 Coral Way

According to newspaper reports and the action of red light your or license are otherwise if you run care a hour.little guests departed at a late Near 27th Ave.

some of our judges, some of the claims are unjustified. :eu. a_ -4
Circuit Judge: Vincent Giblin has dismissed a case, in Judges Friedman and Soble- -
which the claimant asked for damage in excess of $5,000. ski will not suspend your license .
He called it "a; sham" and referred it to the Grievance. for minor offenses, you'll get off rftrm-Pacft Football from WMfBrtth ". f 0 ""..- ,
with a fine: ANNUAL ,
Committee of the'Bar Association.

Another Circuit Judge, Fritz Gordon, cited he doc- Now that we have a bomb or"dlnanc ORANGEB10SSOMI
tor involved in the case for perjury.J. ('. Just catch some of thojo
Edwin Larson, State Insurance Commissioner, bomb threaters, olap on the
praised the judges for their action saying: $1.000 fine, or send them'to Jail !
"From what I have read I think the judges' action is for a year. They will forget
making threats for that
most commendable. time, anyway. Ma J JI
I hope Dade would continue its efforts to clean up 1

the evils behind its high auto insurance rate. Miami and her family will
The law would not let him declare a "moratorium"on turn out on Sunday afternoon at'
an insurance rate hike during Dade's cleanup effort. Uethel AME Church to hear th" 1.rk

"But I will require full 1958 loss, figures of any'com- WE'll.Wilkins known', or heard of. no.y

panies filing for a rate hike." Larson emphasized. the NAACP.executive Since secretary!Uethel can of

.- not acoomodata this large fam S'.a
THE PILOT SCHOOLThe fly, you better be In time to geta FUU&M UNIVERSITY

Dade County School Board disclosed aj its Wednesday's there It's 4 p.m. Better get I vs.

meeting results of a survey made among 143 i '
families living in the area of the Orchid Villa Elementary You visit the new home TOP NEGRO COLLEGEI'M't

School. Of this number, 85 would seek to remove their of the Carver Branch of the .!
children if the school were integrated. Seventy-six would YMCA. It's at 5770 NW 15th ( TEAM 1

not mind working with I Negro parents in PTA affairs if ave. .'t \>
integration were established. Highlight of Th* Season... ..

More than half of the teachers are willing to stay if St.You Augustine's are Invited Colege:to hear Chorus the I I many Outstanding Evtnlil
the school is
integrated. from Raleigh, NC. on Novem I
Custodians and lunchroom personnel would be willing ber 30 at the Northwestern

to serve Negro children as long as they did not outnumber School. : t r :
the White children., The Church of the Incarnation

This survey was made to see how the people would sponsors and this group. Buy a ticket .

re-actto.a "pilot" integration plan that was being discussed people.In encourage the young LAVISH
The report makes interesting reading. It is a good HALF TIME SPECTACULAR

thirtg to. see how the people feel about the matter. the Miami Beach audhtorl- CHOIC Xorth Travel Itareaa
um on .
Tuesday night
TWELVE YEARS OF SERVICE' . Liston' of Philadelphia Charles ninth SEATS .., 1104 N.W. 3rd Aw.J 'r.

ranking contender for the heavy. NOW 'y ,, Community Drag Store 'f'_
Sunday will be an important day at the Mt.. Zion weight title won an 8-round TKO Kirvtd S.,It... 0730 N.". 13th Ave.
Baptist Church. At 11 a.m. there will be a Recognition over Ernie Cab of Brooklyn. $3.00-J.OO ;
Service for the pastor who Was' now completed 12 'yearsof Mar)' Ells Hotel it
The 043 X.W. 2nd ..
service. . . University of Miami, losers
The principal speaker will 'at, six -of its even games played I -. (
be the
Rev. R. W Pur-. this year will meet the University Grand Drug n'.
year, president of the FNIM College, St. Augustine. of \.zEkJu
in the
Orange mHO Grand Ave. N.R'ertrW..M"4. .
Other appropriate services will be held throughout Vow 1 on Friday night. ;v. "-' .A a M u......, t .
the day. ,. ............ .
The Rev Edward T. Graham Is "progressive minis. .On Wednesday night in San -- -, .

ter of A progressive church and also keenly interested Francisco Joey Gtardello of New
commbnitttactittics. in York and Spider Webb of' Chi- Sat, Hitt-S m .tJ3 Ornt liwPAGE /
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I've stopped watching my watch Woman's Day at lilt bedroom, 1 bath Home, beautifully -
'es since It became a stopped watch landscaped. NW 60th St. I
It had slowed down, and I painted Very fine neighborhood.
this on the dial . "It is Zion Church PRICE $11,000
later than you think". . .and it [ Hollywood $1500 down-Balance like rent ,
was! Perhaps it was the sands!
....... '' Beautiful 2-bedroom home on'
of time which clogged it up, ''01. H' > Mrs. Katherine tubbs, general
causing it to stop. I thought it ,fJ 't '!I t-;.,"", <, ,'t.,;.... chairman, and her hard work corner lot In beautiful Orchard

sprung a leak, as it started worried\. losing ! ...L, "th. r.. .. "_ .....,;.t.,::C\l.::...:',;..",'. ...'F...., tug committee have prepared a transportation.Villa section. City Near water schools, street aha ,
minutes. Had me """ .", ' fine program for the public's en
too . thought time was run k joyment throughout the day. light, sidewalks. Completely fur .
ning out for me. if nished.,
The morning speaker will bo PRICE $13,000 III
I neod a new watch, a time Mrs. Lucil'e Goings of Mt. Sinai $2,500 first down payment
keeper that a timekeeper' can baptist Church, Miami and Mrs. Balance llk. rent
depend on, Now that I'm work : i 4 Bernice Cooper of Hallandalo
ing longer hours, a sixty minuteper will be soloist.At -2.bedroom'stuceo' home on NW
hour watch is obsolete for 74th Terr. 'Near school and trans
me. My next watch will be a new I 3 o'clock Ward's Chapel of portatlon. Full price ,$7,950. I
one no second hand I'll buyit Hallandale with Rev. D. A. Russell $760 down $65 month
on time payments. Imagine will take charge.. of the pro
Mrs. Willie Mae Denson has buying time on time! cope\ I can gram. 2.bedroom stucco home near
been named chairman of the I pay on time. If'thls doesn't workout Mrs. Mae Ola Dunmore NW list at. Price $7,950.
a men
Woman's Day program at New Til buy a watch dog . n9t ber of St. James AME and $750 down $70 month
Hope Baptist Church In Liberty without ticks I hope. I'll get a Instructor at Doreey High School For these specials call
City A full program has been silent one, silent as the bark on wily be the evening speaker with day or night
planned for the November 30th I a tree. the Southland
observance. Miss Gloria Braynon, What's happened here? I started artists. The public is iflVited guest to HI 4-2448 HI 6-0173 1
BTW High instructor, wllj deliver out with a watch, and have all services.
the morning message. gone to the dogs! Started out as

a timekeeper, and may end up -
3rd Annual as a boxer. Well, you've got to (
admit, I'm in there punching, MIN. KATIIKKIM} STUIU1S
Calendar TeaSt. or is the word pun.clty-' Giless . Jenernl ('halrrnanWoman's DR. A. H. SHIFRIN
I'll have to end this in a hurry
Arthur's Chapter No. 141 .
will be celebratH
OES .Is extending an invitationto since I have no time . buthere's < Sunday Day nlllt. ZIon AMR rilYSICIAX AND SUllGKON
the Masonic family and friendsto a few moments of poetry Church in Carver Ranches, West
attend our 3rd annual Calen before I wind up: Hollywood: Key. W.- lit Walker, ANNOUNCES
dar Tea Sunday Nov 23, 4 to Watch stop ticking? pastor. TilE OPKMNQ OFHIS .
6 at the Masonic Temple, 1742
Well, Isn't It a crime!
NW 3rd ave. There will be few No use kIcking
selections from choice singing It's the end of time!
group and featured soloists and i 1524 N.W. 62nd Street OX 11971N29
Mrs. Willie Williams at the pi
Candy Drive on For

ano.The guest speaker will be Mrs. Tennis Courts '
Bessie Bethune, W, M. of T. A.

Rolle Chapter No. 137H, OES. The physical education' de ,
The presence of all the Worthy
partment of Northwestern High
and Past Matrons will
Matrons School U sponsoring a Candy DR. HARRY N. PEPE
honored. Thank
Drive to raise money to build
Mrs. Irene Harrison, W.M.
four tennis courts on the cam
Mrs. Qussle -M. Warren chairman, pus. The sale ends Wednesday 'r'I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON

Nov. 2C.
Mrs Celestlne Thompson cochairman, An appeal is made to the community ANNOUNCISH TIIK OPKM.Ntt OF HIM OITICU" A'I'
to help in this worthy
... cause', and it is hoped that'everyone 2260 N.W. 62nd STREET
RACISTSContinued will give it generous support. .

from page 1 ,It !is necessary to raise $2,000to Phone NE 3-3016
.-...... complete this project. With a .
they adopted all ,14 planks of little effort and cooperation that Office lion rut 10 u.m. 4 1..111.-(1 IJ I p.m.

their proposed platform. should be an easy task.
State President Mrs. W. L. I I
Mussett of Miami won a loud NOTICE ON '
ovation alter adoption of.the : 'I Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
platform, and Lowry was about- CLASSIC
ed down as he tried to regain
PARADEUNITS 7ttR SCJT BT rTffi flrff BH 7By TXF ffJBHHUfflL/ff JMRTttUali ZPJLTJP tf iBLT 7Jff J -
the floor.Local.

., Official permission to enter all
United Fund float and other unto In the

Goal 38% to J Orpnge Blonwom Classic Parade
go $20
on Saturday, December 13, must
The directors, captains and be obtained from the Chief Pa. frt
workers have turned In a total rade Marshall, Elliott J. Pine, ?
. of 62, percent of the local United at the'.offlee of the Miami| Time, .
Eucene' E.
Fund Goal, so far. 1112 NW Third Ave., phone FR .
Kemp, local:! chairman, is urgingall 3-2236, by or before Saturday, t
make "call backs"over
workers to November 22 In order for that
the weekend and special, float or unit to participate In the
solicitors to contact make every reports bust at parade. Any float or unit not : Miami's Most DesirableFURNISHED
ness place and confirmed by Nov. 22, will not
Range Funeral Home, NW 68th be permitted to enter the parade.Signed .
st. and 17th ave., on Monday
night, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. We must : Elliott J. Pleze c
report at the Chief parade Marshall
make a 100 percent
next luncheon' meeting N22 :
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Formerly of The Famous Ward Singers 48 1-Bedroom Units


FAMOUS CONSOLERS SINGERSWILL o Completely Furnished o Adequate Parking Area

PRESENT THER o Beautifully Landscaped o Large Spacious Rooms


Annual.Ho.necoming Program o All Ground Floor Buildings '.



Dade County Auditorium .' A SELECT COMMUNITY wv. ,'" t

Special guests will be "King of the Gospel Singers"The SORRY NO CHILDRENFOR

Faith formerly the Ward Singers"
"Stars of ,
Madam Edna Gollman'Cooke, and the Singing Sons

Adm. $1.25 Advance $1.50 at Door I ,NE 5.7408 or PL 7-8151

Doors will' open at 1:30 p.m. Tickets at usual places Do

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MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper Phyllis Wheatley .
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1956 Club NotesThe

Phyllis Wheatley Art and As You Ride. . $12.00 Down I I-- and low

Social Club, with Mrs.. Marie weekly payments on most policiesNO
THE NAACP. Price, president, met at the homeof

65th at., for business and rec

Hy nit LEE W. ELGIN would aspirin for a headache reation. At this meeting, the SERVICE FIRST IMS. ,AGENCY
Director Dh'I lon of Venereal Your next question should ,be: members planned to sponsor
Disease Control, Dade County Doesn't a patient know when two-one act plays. "Too Much
Health Department they have a venereal disease? Xmas and The Scahlet Ribbonsat 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
Yes, men know It time but Liberty Square auditorium on .
Don't let the title of this article women seldom realize every they art Dec. 11, with the pupils of the OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 3
fool you. It has important NorthwesternHigh
an dramatic class of
a killing disease until
purpose to attract your attention under direction of .
It !Is almost too late. School, T
', .J- ... .. .LLiilLLSIDNEY
in a special ,
way. Important that Mrs. Simmons, acting the same
every youth and young adult If Mrs. Clements proved a very
you are thinking
right you
should read this message. Special hostess and served a
because those fine fetters have will Bay, "Isn't that sad." Really pleasant For FREE Pick-up and
it's sadder than tasty repast.
you think. Laslmontl )
another worthwhile meaning: \ at the public t health clinic The, next meeting was held at Delivery Service on
which is "The
Are Antibiotics 72 females were advised to han the Evans Dining Room, NW Prescriptions
Curing People. a venereal disease medical examination 15th ave. with Mrs. M. I. Dan
Antibiotics are the new miracle and treatment. Sad leis as itostess. Further plans for SERVICE
drugs; which doctors arc because of that number 20 were I the play were discussed After

of using diseases every which day to cure people young girls In their teens and 30 business meeting, members and ,DRUG STORE
are caused by
between the ages of 20 and 29. friends enjoyed refreshments
germs. Penicil'tn was the first "Prescription Compounding
Fifty young people In the bloomof prepared by Mr. Evans.
antibiotic used on a large scale. "
Not life who have had their unknown The next meeting of the club Specialists"
only has penicillin
cured diseases cured. will be held on Nov. 24 at the h
many infections saved Sundries
prolonged Gifts
home of Mrs. A. Clinch, 2445
with the life Second, it also World helpe&tf-ws War. If ,you thluk real hard now I'I NW 156th at., Opa Locka. Patent Medicines
Other antibiotics you rill advise these young On Nov. 9 the club worshipped
are acromycin, Greeting Cards
to with the Veterans at the HospitalIn
people consult the public |
chloromycetln, I
streptomycin, to consult the public health de Coral Gables. The day being h1f1 ," < 1240 N.W.
many others. 3rd ,Ave.
The most partment or their private doctor Veterans Day a large crowd attended
use of antibiotics T. COX
for sexual and hygienic education and appropriate service I
is for the curing of Phone FRanklin
disease and there are venereal for people don't have to get for one hour was held and enjoyed Registered Pharmacist ,3-2932
) a venereal disease. by all
thousands of cases. It is the law ,
for doctors to report to the Pub
lic Health: Department every case '
of an infectious disease like ty-

hold fever, measles, and many I
other diseases Gonnorrhea and
syphilis are Infectious diseases.
Take all the infections, gonorr
hea ranks second and syphilis

There are five different venereal
diseases These diseases .
have: plagued, maimed and killed .
mankind for ages. The Chi
ueso wrote about people suffer
ing from as early as
2673 D.C. The first epidemic of \ 1a
gonorrhea occurred In '1520 a
A.D. In the bible scripture tells
us of Moses admonishing his
peop e In these words, "For
jour sins the Lord will smite

thee with blindness, madness, ,
and! astonishment of the heart." I
It is e\actly) what syphlllis docs tyMOU'R

to 1 piople now. Llllinls them It 5
dcstioys the brain and people be- 55 4'53
jme !Insane Likewise: destroy .N
ing the heart that people have to j'
mop woi'!< on account of their q L& ,
heart trouble. + xty T y N i

AlthouRji the medical world
has known about venereal diseases I

all these years It' wasn't
until' the turn of the century that
they found! out the cause of thes
Infections. Finding the cause and "
naming the different kind of
germs which are so disastrouswas 2 IYn, q
a very important step In, r.Y x
medlca' piogiess. Yet the doc
tors did not have a specific curt
To get satisfactory results for
syphilis! a patient needed one to
three years of treatment For
gonorrhea it took a doctor two
to six months to help the patient
get well and In most cases the
treatment was apt to cause com .
plications. < .;{+c v :..
These complications either I \A, <

sterilized the male or female or i
produced an incurable condition..
The other venereal diseases like ; : :
chancroid and bubo were no bet >
ter no better off if not worse, ; t 5
very few drugs would cure or
help but eventually the sores did I

heal.What ,
la the situation today Ye
We know how people get venereal .
diseases. We know the r

...germs which cause these five in
fictions. We have specific drugs
to cure them all just as we shot

treatment to cure syphilis and Always smooth..never .
gonorrhea! The simple ordeal of grainy . _
ta'ting: pills\ for a week to cure

derful the other From three.reading Isn't that tills won you the secret is Carnation 40 .in the Red and White can s

might say, "Well, what is all the .

miracle hella balu drugs?" can't Just cure this:any These dl '1W0 double-rich milk that whips gives pumpkin.> Try this milk that's so m-"cb; like cream in your own

or sease sitting Tying In on a drug store shelf pie a wonderful smooth-ascream' texture you can't pumpkin pie recipe or in the famous one here.And for

bag. They either a doctor's have to medical be injected possibly get with ordinary milk. For Carnation is a better cup of coffee: "cream" it with Carnation-

tlent must into the take patient them or like the he pa twice as rich-looks, pours and even whips like,cream world's leading brand of evaporated milk.

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KEEP 81A5B FROM -. I ,(M t-lncllple) 1% cups (large can)undiluted I We guarantee _

I 1 granulated sugar ;
2 eggs I resultswhen
rcup TiON..NOTHiNa ArrtCTi A WONOCUFVLWATKK I V$ teaspoon salt 9-Inch single crust unbaked pie shell I
YOU HAIR GUT T I RR AND IHINCi rOR WIUCI: I. lteaspoons cinnamon Mix filling Ingredients until smooth. I
WATII PttLENT rRCMINOOIL CON. I A teaspoon nutmeg Place In unbaked pie shell. Bake In I -
,HI" ..J.... u hot oven (425'F.)15 minutes. Lower II
I V4 teaspoon allspice temperature to moderate 350F.) 1
:DVMafi.u I % teaspoon doves and continue baking about 35 irtin I I"Y'

r'PREIIING OIL j Lid cups canned pumpkin utes or until' custard 'Is firm.= J j "from Confont4&>w3"THE

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Richmond Heights :Flashes!' Union Gives NAACP $10,000More

By ORA D. TALYOR than $10,000 raised by I

.- -- -_ _ 'II: _ _ 2 members of District 66, for civil THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
rights causes was presented I
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE We church' organization and church Wednesday, Nov. 6 to Thurgood '
are happy to be co chairman to building and merits our support Marshall, director.counsel of the SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 PAGE 7
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of and wish to return for future I legal Defense and Education I -- I

Greater Bethel AME Church, ( services. Rev. W. E. Taylor, an Fund of the NAACP, at the -w,
chairman of membership drive assistant pastor of Greater union's* headquarters In New
which terminates Dec. '14. The Bethel AME Church, goes to York. -
drive, of course, is for the Na. conference for his flrst appoint. ,
- tional Association for the Ad. ment as a pastor. Our pra'ersand The money was a part of a.
vancement of Colored People.W. best wishes to these minis total fund of $40,000 contributed
ten for success by the 30,000 members of
C. Patton, campaign manager the Union celebrating their 26th .'..
and a most efficient organizer VETERAN HOMES. If you are anniversary. Other contrlbutona
Is in charge and Is doing a Interested In beautiful three went to charities: and $10,000 to:1.ld r

wonderful service In coveringthe bedroom, two or one bath, built Israel.
county The tint meeting for In ovens, beautiful oak floors, .
Mr. Marshall told the unionists
report of all teams was last low closing reasonably priced
Wednesday night, Nov. 12 at see Ora D. Tayor: Realty broker ) "It Is not only the money'
Greater ,Bethel. 14601 Lincoln Boulevard you give to us to carry on the
light for real democracy in "
For material tail FR r + r w
4)515, America which
Bring discharge and eligibility we appreciate e ,
the AfrorAmerican Insurance papers, select your site, get I but even more, the example of ;
office or pick up same. A cash started for complete living lower living democracy which you set
prize will be given the division than rent.. every day in your own great or I .
leader reporting the largest gwizatlon. We wish that everyone aV I
number of teams. Attend these I could know District 65 ui ; j

meetings that you receivefirst OWAISSA-BAUER we do .*.. as one of the very few I
hand Information and participate places In our country where
in this drive for membership people practice the high principles V
freedom. Pastors are requested of brotherhood." :
to give spiritual l, moral ." r
and maternal support in not SITEThe Of the $10,000 contributed for \ "

only this drive, but on a year Civil Rights, $600 goes to each
round basis In order to :reach 0. W. Carver YMCA will of two Negro churches In Mont
our goal In the near future. For conduct its Weekend\ Camp at gomery, Ala., $1,000 to' the Clinton LlmJht: \
information or help call CE beautiful Owalssa.Bauer, Friday, Tenn. School Board to help :
54246. Nov. 21.23. rebuild the Clinton High School, A, dramatic Sunshine March of the 111 and aged of this area.
and $1,000 to The Temp.e ot was held on November 16, 17 anl
Mrs. Rosa Cranes' sister pass. Owalssa-Bauer is !located in the ,Reform Jewish congregationin l8 for the purpose of raising I' Shown above are soon officer
ed in New Jersey. Mrs. Martha an ideal rustic surrounding of Atlanta, Ga., all institution funds for the new Sunshine And chair 'ad Irs of various com,
Moseley of Iselin, N. J., sister the Redland District and affords whose buildings were bombed by Convalescent Center soon to be mittens of the Sunshine Conva
of Mrs. Rosa Crane of the fun and recreation for boys, members of. organized hate JUllt. :Ipscent Center.

Heights, passed after a long 111 girls and teenage youngsters.This groups Several groups of the Sunshine Mrs. Agnes llarltley, Mrs Me-

ness. She was a member of St. makes It possible I Volunteer Army mienibleil at Oriff Mrs. L. M. MeClendon, tI
James AME Church, Iselin, a for )'ampalgn headquarters, 1553 NW nunciiil secretary 111 rs. Nancy
to the
native of Georgia, widow of the nominal many youngsters pay SCAR THIEF GETS 82nd st on these dates for the Willis, Mrs. Geraldine Jones.
fee of $5.00 for
.ate Lee Moseley. Her services. purpose) of !soliciting con trlb". Standing: : .0, 8. MeClendon.
bers and $5.50 for non-members.
were conducted by Rev. L. F. This fee will cover Insurance, 10-YEAR TERMJames Ions front the community thru treasurer; MM.! Ilradihaw, Mrs,
Goodman, a former pastor who .jut Dade MlrHiHI\ Mrs Mildred IMnckney,
transportation board and
took her and husband in the .- Arthur Sweeting, 26, The goal of $60,000 has been C. W. Preston, executive direc
church years before She Is sur of 339 NW 22nd St., was sentenced let which will enable the Construction tor.
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Edna Activities will consist of cook Friday to five years In of a badly needed' con I I Not shown are Mrs. M. Jones,
Home, a son, George Quinn of outs, athletics, recreational prison for breaking into a house vale centcenter' containing :lire: ncatrlco Cc, -kcr, avl' Mr,
Iselin, a grandchild, a great calm, square and social dancing and stealing a set of car keys- some .40 beds and complete Pen in, sped. 1 woik fI dud
grandchild, three sisters, Mrs. I camp fires, diving, devo, and five more years for using the equipment for the nursing: euro many committee member.
Rosa Crane' of Richmond Ions, singing and nature study. stolen keys to steal a car parked
Heights, Mrs. Theodosia Bought, I out front.Criminal .
and Mrs. LQla Harris of Wood- All youngsters deslrious of at. .
bridge N.J. Two brothers Walt tending are requested to visit Court Judge 0 e n ? .. ." ,,,
ter Campbell of Brunswick Ga the G. W Carver Branch at 5770 Williams I passed sentence on
and ,Jobbie Gebboni of Tallahassee NW 16th ate or call OX 0231. Sweeting. .''It: .. ........
Arrangements were by l '
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Flynn and Son Funeral Home. wea6 1

Rev. Carlton Smith, pastor Interment Coertey Biu 5.rrlc. Miami 36, FloridaGOLEMAN'S I W/Twejnowp
in RosehlU Cemetery. ,
Our sympathy and condolence t uV 4eea&n2'tatavRa ) I IJche

to Mrs. Crane and family. Mrs. Ib V Jt nffJ
Crane Is a faithful member of GULF SERVICE STATIONS
stewardess board No. 4 Greater

half acre plots: will soon to oa '
market: exclusively! by Ora D. 278 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Arena mtl

Taylor Realty in Homestead PHONE PR I.OUI PHONI PR 4tlOPR -

area. There will be (4 of these ....17 Ju
half acre estates. A reservationis 5kloom eeom
being made for a church and .
play ground"area. This is an exclusive .. '.. .. :-
residence area with no (

business within the community- MANAGING AND MAINTAINING + t/. ., y'f" _. 'I
Lights and streets are Included.
Interested Call CE 5-4246 or MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN

come to 14601 Lincoln Boulevard This exquisite decanter holds the
Richmond Heights. DADE ,& BROWARD COUNTIES 'same full fifth of Schenley Reserve

you're used to buying in the regular<<
One of the most beautiful and
well kept last resting places: In The Largest :Organization of ... bottle. And it conies handsomelygiftwrapped
Dade County Is Paradise Memorial ,with card attached, '
its Kind in The South
Cemetery located in Richmond Serving at no extra cast
Heights.' We strive so hard r
People '
to keep our family together oaaaOC41pG .t
when we can. Now, keep
you can
them together afterward. Call "F or Fast, Efficient I Service" Call PRESIDENT ,

CE 6.4246 for Information about _ ______ Q 00 t
;. .ee)
single lots or groups. Don't walt J
until It happens. They will cost 1
o o
more. Keep the family together 1 blot
here and there. "
.1 .
Mrytle Bethel and Mrs. Carrie p j

Jackson two outstanding boar ... I
ness women of the Heights are 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS I

leaders In NAACP membershipdrive C 1160 ".W. 73rd ST. a PL ....21 Irli I
for Richmond Heights. i '
C 1461 ORAND AVE. HI' 4-2447 .
Please see them for your membership e
cards. It Is the desireof 4240 N.W. 27 AVI. NE S.S466 oR .

the group to have all Richmond 7102 ".W. 14TH AVE. PL 1-0127

Heights memberships ''be 1241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL ....'0
placed on as charter membersfor 17J2S HOMESTEAD AVE. .. CE 6-1681 e o ","
a NAACP chapter In the Perrlne
Heights. More Interest and attendance 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. JA 2-3474
of meetings will ,be Ft. Lauderdale, $
achieved, and the road to freedom $39 HAMMONDVILLE e -WE 3-323S j t,
shortens. Give this team RD. Pompano '.'J
your full cooperation. A- thousand e 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. V MU S-0617 Y
memberships Is goal for the 0,. Lock
The MOM g if t wr r>piog Uut {
*R 4.1111
Heights. 'r 2100 N.W. Irrf CT. decoraUw Uw Heirloom D** \ "
1011 N.W. 6th STREET cantor b also available for .,.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE for Ft. Lauderdale JA 2-1474
MfuUr plots and quarts.
AME ministers convenes in MAIN OFFICE

West Palm Beach. Rer. A. Jones 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3- *416
of Martin Memorial AME Church
hM done an excellent Job Ine

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,/R officers of the, Junior and
i \ Mention ; Senior Ushers, union' Associationare
: urged to, be pre ent at our
monthly program Sunday, Nov.

. 'T 23, 3 p.m. sharp. The program
I 1 I
will be rendered between lit
Mrs. Dorothy Harper Brown and vacation at the home of his' Calvary Baptist Church Ushers'
1 formerly of Miami and now of aunt, Mrs Mary L. Brown, Board and St. James Baptist
New Y irk, returned to Miami 16425 N/W/ 23rd ct. In Opa'Locka. Church seniors at St. James'
Tuesday for an Indefinite stay. He is the nephew ot Herman L. Church 323 NW 14th st. Thank
While In this community Mrs. Walton, sports writer for the Miami you in advance for your coopia
Brown Is stopping atthe homeof Times. tion.
her mother, Mrs. Hllma Dil- Dea. David Hudson, PreaHer. .
St. in J. L. Johnson
lard at 2060 Wilmington Miami blessed this pastweekend pastor
Opa Locka. Mrs. Brown who Is was with the presence of Mrs. Tommie Lee Ellison

RENT: FOR SALE an instructor in Beauty at.. Sunlight Culture, two lovely lassies from, the city reporter
HOMES. 2-bedrooms, tiled bath,, expects School where she form of Nassau. They were Miss ;-: ::;.,.
FURNISHED efficiency. and her
NICE Yvonne Michael co-
Florida room, carport, fenced before leaving Miami
erly taught
Couple only NE 50010. yard, nice neighborhood. Monthly worker at BOAC, Miss Grace Combs'
payments $38.50. Owner's Sherman. They were the house
FURNISHED efficiency. Free equity $3,400. Make offer. For Mrs. Clarice Littles who has guests of Mrs. Beatrice Hill of
water light 789 NW 65th St. Information call OX 12906. been 111 at the Mt. Sinai HospitalIs Hallanda.e, the aunt of Miss Luncheonette
Phone PI 84593. now convalescing at her home, Michael. While here they attended
1291 NW 68th St. their first football 'game. We
ROOM Call after 6 p.m. ("week WantedSettled hope that a nice time was had

end. PL 76696. woman would like part Mrs. Beulah Finder, who underwent by the two lovely young ladles.
time housewife in Liberty City an operation at Mt. Sinai
BRAND NEWdeluxe apartments. area. Call OX 1.7694.Porters Hospital (Is at home In Richmond
Quiet, clean, residential neigh Rev. Lewis Pinder, pastor of
borhood, 6511 NWU2th ave. For I BeacbExperience Heights. St. Stephen Baptist Church at' ir4
people who want nice Eleuthera Baha
.. ._... .. Ferrlcltta Pinder has been Hatchet Bay, ,
... ... ....... $50 .
place to live. Corner apartments I Maintenance bedded home missing her mas, is now visiting Miami.On
handy. men .... $5 0 at
available. Phone III 4.3693.. Open Sunday night he will; be
week at Dorsey
Live in cooks, c'sses for a
dally 8 to 10 p.m. Phone anytime Housekeepers ??........,...,. $50 Junior High preaching at Trinity Methodist
, Sat. and Sun. Included Church, 2nd ave. and 14th s':.
nurse maids .... $35 $40
You always receive "top dollar" Mrs. Altamese Jarrett who Rev. George E. Johnson Is the
NICE LARGE ROOM In private when you deal thru A-Rellable spent several days at the Jack pastor. While here he is the
home. Owner away all day. Rea. agent son Memorial Hospital, Is now guest of his oldest sister, Mrs.
sonable. 1960 NW 68th st. Bessie Susan Dean, who resides at 1647
Reliable Employment (Mrs. Mac) recuperating at home. 5
Jackson, phone NE 58915.
NW 6th ave.
Espanola, Miami, Beach x- "
DG Mrs. Idelle Cooper and daughter 4
Clarice, of Nassau, spent a
home, 3311 NW 49th at. Call
Mrs James Kinard (Heste
CHILD CARE few days In the city doing :
NE 41707. I Christmas shopping. While here Wells) of New York City, arrived p
Will care for your children In she was the guest of Mrs. Marie by EAL Friday to attend the
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY. 1387 my home, 6939 NW 20th ave., Wareham, 6859 NW 17th ave. funeral of her uncle B.
NW 60th st. PL 47476. phone OX 17694. Harvin on Saturday, Nov. 15 ct
I nobertDOb( ) Hudson, who Greater Bethel AME Church.
ROOM. SINGLE man or woman. 'has been ill at his home, 1521 Also attending the funeral was CLIFFORD "I1AHY" COMBS
Call PL 83781. NEW2Bedivoom. I NW 1st court for several weeksIs Mrs. Melissa Llndscy aunt of Mr. Proprietor
gradually Improving. I llarvln and mother Chester Llndscy -
NICE ROOM In private home. CBS of Miami, of Brooklyn, whov Fine Foods and Beverages
Couple or single* man. 2319 NW Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Wai .* houseguest of her daughter, We Feature Dally Specials
6th'ave., phone FR 7-1241- $500 Down I ton are 'spcn lllg a honeymoon Edith Mycs: 1290 NW 61st st. Children Under 12 Half Price

I $11,500 Total We Cater to Private Parties
at 1986 NW 57th St, Call FR Only $75 month BclnT built in ', ,- Open ,Daily and Sunday
4-2449. Liberty City. Watch your home' NEED MONEY!' I ,7iA.m. to 1 a.m.
going up. Only two avallablj: : .:<. 'Yon ball ..
We Deliver
C 1st and 2nd martga';e loans $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.

FOR SALE Trio Real Estate Co. C Pay off a'l: your bl Is $1,500 pay $31.88 mo. 943 > .W. 2nd Ave.

801 NW 64th St. .- PL 3781 Get additional cash S2.000 pay $42.50 mo. I Phone FR 3-9368
HOUSE AND LOT in Bunche Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments M -
Park. See Arthur C. Blatch for
:FREE-24 hour
detail 1369 NW 68tih Terrace. inspectionNo

Phone PL, 19624. indf TERRIFIC CBS Cost to You '

50x150 DEERFIELD I. BEACH jr., $995 DownN.W. Dade-Bi oward Mortgages & Investments "Where There. Is No

on S.E. 2nd Ct, East of S-E. Isi CALL ANYTIME Vision The
56th Street People
Terr. Terms Call Miami
Miami FR 7-4812
: Hollywood: WA' 3-7071
tin 7-4812 (Inch Partly furnished, bedroom, Perish." Prov. 29:18Al'
hardwood floors, tile roof, Jal
LOT IN NASSAU VILLAGE, Nassau : ousted porch. Could see Third >.. H.. _. ". - ,
-f< ,
"! '
Bahamas. Reasonable price. Federal. Outstanding value. EZ .
6828 NW 18th ave. Phone OX terms. $12,000 balance.
Gold Coast Realty
PRIVATE PARTY, furniture,
linens, clothes, dishes, cheap. 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Bishop
See at warehouse, 121 NE. 9th PL 12426RET'AILMEATS TALENT SHOW! TALENT SHOW!
St day or night.

1 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity

"YOUTH ON r PARADE"Northwestern LonThe

AT Senior High Auditorium Great Spiritual

Counselor, Healer
Wholesale Prices November 28,1958Admission

Preacher and Teacher
: Adults $1.00 Students ..50JAMES' : Who has helped many
Shelly Al & Rosa Inc

,. 'people_ out of jtheir afflictions -

sickness, and

H22 N.W. 21 left. FR 7-4292 difficulties, who has i

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALSChoice I[ I also helped fallen humanity

and those who
Cuts of \ & lOc. STORE

are depressed: and oppressed

T-BONE STEAK, lb. . .*.. .. . .i,. ; . 69c 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. 'Phone FR 3.9481 with evil, spiri-

SPARERIBS, .. .*. ..'*.w;. \' ." ., 45c SAVE THAT BUS FARE! tually and physically.

1'i < *
First Cut ' , ,JJ** "' .

PORK CHOPS, lb., .' . . .'"'.' 45c For a Happy Thanksgiving Now Located At

j /*, Uiwotlng pans, Kla swiAn' dishes! pot, pmn, ullverwnrr,

PIG FEET tubWIoUm, dish towels! hand towels, sheets, pillowcases 138 N.W. 7th St.
Ib : . . . '. . lOc plant! planters, candles.CHRISTMAS. "
Apt. 15 .
Bring in or mention this ad Ph. FR 1-3076
lOc IN>IN, .skates dUnes, gun wwl holster seta, ""invent", |-nt<.
and i(get,1 dozen eggs for.................... .,......,. 'pock, rildionA, +-underwear, shirt. polos, panties night gowns... '

with purchase of $5.00 or more l'ajawbaw, hats and ('''I....
\ [

OPEN DAILY 0 A.M. to 0 P.M. I Sintii'iclty( Pattern*-dress materials Money Qrders sold everyday Pleas Call For

SUNDAY (I A.M. to 12 NOON.rwmrr.r Mon, thru Prl. 7:45: a.m. ill 7:13 'tU 9 pan AppointmentsFOR
Closed 8u..tla'"OO to Church?

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P THE MIAMI TIMES -"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 22, 1958 PAGE 9



By Day or Week

Efficiency Privileges Mrs Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

Phones OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359

6393 N.W. 17th Avenue


: Variety Record Shop

: 6400 N.W. 15th Avenue ..

Latest Hit Records-45's ........ ........................ 97c

"' :. ...' ..1\ '.' 0\\-; "'(".., .,oJ Special This; Week IP's ..................,.....,...., $1.49

I Silver Slippers Banquet KATIE TAYLOR, Manager

The banquet given by the Silver ardson, accompanied qu piano by
Slipper Club in commemoration Mrs. Mercedes II. Wlldgoose.
of its first anniversary, Address Professor Alfredo Turkey Day BasketsThe
Saturday, Nov. If at the V. F. L. Sands, principal of Douglas NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
W.-American Legion Hall 803 School. North Miami Beach Civic

Emma Street, Key West, was a The officers of the club are: Improvement Association met at FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
gala affair. president, Lang Mllllan; vice the home of Mrs. Susie Brown 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
152S NE 164th at. Our Thanks
More than 200 were In atten Pres., Norman Wood; secretary,
giving baskets will be deliveredon Finest Foods at Low Prices
Isaac Fisher assistant secretary,
dance. Adolphus Mllanea was ;
Nov. 26.
master ceremonies.. Thomas Mlllian; treasurer, Wil WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
fred Wallace; business manager, Our next meeting will be held Satisfaction Guaranteed
Preceding the banquet a pro Jim Starlings; chaplain, Eugene I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WE SPECIALIZE) IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
gram was presented as follows: Dell; reporter, Adolphus Mi- George Neal 1535 NE 152nd St. Open Mon. Thru Thur. 5:80 a.m. to 12 midntto
Song "Star Spangled Ban lanes; sergeant\ at arms, FranCisco on Jan. 1, 1959.
ner", audience. Valdez, Fri., Sat, Sun.,, B:3O: a.m. to 2 ..Dl.

prayer Eugene Bell, chap The menu served consisted of We were served a delicious re Arthur King, Owner
lain. roast tom turkey, baked ham, past by hostess Brown and all
Introduction of officers and candied Mexican yams, vegetable guests gave out with, exressions
members, Lang Mlllan, presi salad, hot roils, butter, assorted of having spent a lovely evening.
dent. nuts and candles, celery Ruby Castelow, president!
Vocal Solo Nathaniel Richr sticks and assorted drinks. Doris Meade, secretary
Mary Collins, reporter Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results


Hostess Club Presents\ 1 I l v,

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Fashion Show
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present their Season of Fashion 411'
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show in the Fiesta Room of the ,11 1'hl 1ti 11P 1' l 1 ll 1 llnd 111 I', Il .

Mary Elizabeth Hotel on Sun 1 1 1 ,11t r 1 P !4 d1''' Q,, gVltNl; y'' 1 1 lu'.I IW 11 II N 1 i n '111
day from four to eight p.m. 1 1
Leading models of the city will l 1 A i'' 6' 1 11 1}11
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display the latest styles; in the + ' '
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fashion world before an expected ,

1. large audience.

.l One of the highlights of the
program will be the presentationof
Lucille Frailer as Miss Miami ,It
Hostess, Cum Drown as the A

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Attention Class of '49 '

'All class ,of =; *.r1

1949 of graduates" Booker of T, the Washington You get both beautiful gold gift wrap plus a superb gift decanter filled with

High School are requested to Kentucky'finest bourbon no extra, cost. Just slip off cellophane sleeve and give.

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meet at the school Monday, November - 1
LOUISE: EVANS ', ] )L, ,
24 at 8 p.m. ; ;li

If. you can give a better bourbon..give it! "


I. ; Hornet and Lob for wile in all areas of Dade WANTED Count 1 : dAe1t1 ge

i Reasonably priced .

4 742 NW 3rd Are. Phone FR 4-3297 S

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4th Ave. and 16th Terr. C. J. Burney pastor
Phone FR 9-1424" Claudia Wilson reporterWe

blessed to enjoy another
Dally......?..?..................... 8 a.m were
beautiful 'day in the Lord,
Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30 amBAHA'I
.. beginning with our Sunday

ASSEMBLYGeorge School.
The '''morning message was delivered

Savltt 'press,- representative by Rev. L. K. Keaton of

of the Baha'i Assembly Pennsylvania. Theme, "Salva

of Miami, will speak at the tion. The evening message was

Center. 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: delivered by the pastor, text, St.

p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23. His sub John 8:31-32: theme "The Freedom
ject will be "Spiritual Solutionto of Christians" Both messages
Today's Problems." were. delivered with much
I MARTIN MEMORIAL AME power and enjoyed.

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"'' The Baha'ls of- Miami and We had a wonderful BTU lesson
Richmond :Heights
i their friends will meet 8
I at 5,30: p.m. The No. 2 choir
Rev Albert Jones pastor Tuesday, Noy. 25 at the centerto
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 rendered music for the morningand /
Sunday was truly a wonderfulday celebrate the Day of the No. 1 rendered the evening
S at our church. Sunday School Covenant, the day which Baha'Isbelieve music. The No. 2 usher board

CORINTH BAPTIST TRINITY WESLEYANRev. began at 9:30 and everyone God gave His Covenant was in charge of the services.
seemed eager for this religious anew to His children. All races Let us continue In prayer for

Meets. every 2nd and 4th Sunday George E. Johnson, pastor education. The lesson was reviewed and faiths are cordially Invitedto our sick
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter by Alfred Hepbu n. both meetings.

Church. :Sunday School ................_ 9 sun At our morning service our MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
Sunday School....................... 9:30 Morning worship ................ 11:0: pastor 'took his text from tho THE INCARNATION ,
Morning. worship ................ HdC Young People's Meeting 5 p.mCONGREGATIONAL Scripture lesson and delivered an Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor
Evening Service .................... T3G Informative message. 1835 .N.W. 58th Street Phyllis Myers -reporter
Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
I and successful gospel preacher. The missionary society met at Veronica O' erry, reporter "God Is our refuge and

The most recent religious I 6 p.m. for their regular monthly Winter Schedule. strength, a very present help In
group to be formed in our community meeting.Our trouble."
.. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ has been the Congregational evening was also inspiring.The Church School and We began our service with the
Church Fellowship.:! Many Scripture was the reading of Adult Sunday School which began at
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Bible Class .... 9:30 a.m.
r Rev. A. H. Fergusol'pastor persons have inquired about the the 23rd Psalm and the text was Solemn Sung Mass and 9:45: with "the superintendent In

Sunday School............... 9:15 axa origin of this denomination. The taken from said chapter.On Sermon ................... 11:00: a.m. charge. All teachers were pres
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. following information gives a Sunday our pastor will de E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. ent.At
Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. brief summary of the .Congrega liver his closing sermon before Solemn Evensong and 11 a.m. devotional service

tlonal Church. leaving for the annual confer I I Sermon ......... ......?..... 7:30: p.m. was conducted by Deacon Pea-
BETHANY BAPTIST Congregationalism began in ence. We are praying that he and Tuesday: lum. The music was furnishedby :
this country with the landing of Mrs. Jones will be sent back to St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild the No. 2 choir which sang

307J N.W. 45th st the Pilgrims at Plymouth.: These us. They have labored diligently: Rehearsal..?............... 5:30: p.m. wonderful songs. Then our pastor
Rev. Rudy Keaton: pastor Pilgrims wanted a democratic In the past year and have helpedus Wednesday: came with the morning mes-

Sunday School......... 9:30: am form of church government come a long way. So say a Low Mass .................... 6:30: am.I sage found I Peter 4:1-4, subject
Morning Service ........... 11 am whereby the congregation, not prayer that they will be return Evensong and Meeting of "If You Work With God

BTU ............................. 5:30 pm some "clerical hllerarchy! would ed. Guild of Our Lady;.. 8:00: p.m.: He'll Work With You.:'
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pm govern local church affairs. The Thursday: I Sunday
On Sunday at 4 p.m. the choir afternoon at 5:30:
Service Thurs. 7:30: foundation of any local Congregational The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd
Prayer pm BTU
will have Its first harvest tea. I was held with the president
Church Is ,
a. covenant All
The speaker for the occasion will Angels in charge. We had a wonderfu.;
'ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL relationship entered into by its Rehearsal .................?. 5:30: pm
be Lester Albert. Won't you program as we usually do.
members with God and with on9 Friday:
out and enjoy this Sunday night the devotional
408 N.W. 21st Street another program
; a covenant which accords St. Cecelia's Choir
Rev. J. B. Woodley; pastor with Jesus' teachings: Love and also help your church rehearsalon ? Rehearsal ...... .;........... 8:00: pan service was conducted by Deacon
Don't forget choir Murphy and Nelson. The
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter
God love
your neighbor. NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass'
Thursday night ot 8 o'clock. was furnished by the 'No. 1 choir
Sunday School was called to The Congregational Church If you like singing come out and High Mass: and Benediction ol which sang out of its soul. Then
order at 10 a.m. by singing believes: that its ministers shouldbe help us. the Blessed Sacrament on All 1 the pastor talked to us about
wejl and has estab Feast Days.Weekends.
Holy Holy. The Wesson
"Holy, "A Lecture of The-Book of Reve
s was "Christian Concern For lished many institutions for thin : Low mass on all lation."*
Health." purpose. Among the schools es .ST. holy and Saints' Days. -

tabllshed are Harvard, Yale Rev. J. D. Washington pastor Solemn Sung Mass 6 a.m. on I
At 11 a.m. the service was led Amherst Dartmouth, Oberlin, all Feast Days.FIRST .
M. Braynon reporter
Deacon The Rev. Grinnell NOTICEAll
by Cooper. Talladega Fisk Dll
Smith from Georgia delivered lard and 30 other institutions of WOMAN'S 1)AY NKWS UNITARIAN"Uarvest" Church notices MUST be

the message. "Prayer Praying higher learning. typewritten double _
The chairman, Mrs. Clara will be the title of spaced
and What For? This church believes that thero and on one sheet of
Belle Hilton and the co-chairman the Thanksgiving Sunday sermonof paper. Copy
should be
a concern for he welt
The service led by the Rev. MUST be Into. our office by 8
night was Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson, wish Glenn 0. Canfleld
fare of all
men, and has
always p.m. Tuesday of each week
Deacon Jenkins. The Rev. Smith: stressed social righteousness and to express their thanks to each minister of the First Unitarian Insure Insertion. Church

gave us another wonderful mes- the democratic ideal. chairman of boards, captains I Church located on Dixie Highway

sage. Persons Interested in learningmore members and friends for helping at SW 29th Road, on Sun
about her to accomplish such a suc day Nov. 23, 11 a.m. Church
Let us remember the sick and Congregational
cessful Woman's School and the adult forum meet WHY BE SICK?
Day Program.
those who are In need of prayers Church are invited to attend a at
Visitors are always welcome. class on Congregational Church We cannot find words to express 10:30.: Examination of your Per

history on Sunday, Nov. 23 at our warmest feelings to you. At 8: 16 that evening, the Jef tonal Ailment plus examl

ST.-JAMES 4:30: p.m. at the Seventh Day ;special1y do we thank our ferson Club VIM; discuss "Are nation of heart, lungs,
BAPTISTp.m. Adventist School auditorium, child: Miss Gloria Liberals Getting stomach liver flail blad*
BTU ......................... : NW 50th St. and 26th ave. The, own Braynon, their meeting at the CjplcalT" at dor, rectal prostrate,
who reared in
was this church home of Mr.
........... 7:30
Evening Worsiiip pmVisitors Instruotor ,will be Dru Stanley'I; from childhood for that beau and Mrs. Bernard Hutner 2323 :nerve reflexes, blood pro.
always welcome Sellick), associate minister ok SW 2nd cure and urinalysis. Including *
tiful topic "Just One Woman'sFaith. are
Sunday School........... 9:30: amMorning Plymouth Congregational Church x>ray as Indicated.
Worship ....... 11:00 ajn of Coconut Orove. She was dynamic In this An Informal ge1-together for FREE CONSULTATION.
message that was felt by
every '
323 N.W. 14th St.
The church service begins at new memberr'and friends of the Clip and bring this ad!
She Is child her
one. a parents
J. L. Johnson ,
pastor 6:30: p.m. The public II invited. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braynon church will be held 'on Tuesday Treatments for. blood,

Sunday Services Sr. should be proud of. Both are Nov. 25, 8:15: p.m., at the home I', skin or urinary disease,

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. NEW HOPE :BAPTIST active cUllen of this community of Mrs.' Hennlng Heldt, 30241'i piles, rectal, stomach
We especially wish to Kirk ,St., Coconut Grove. I I trouble, prostrate gland
Rev; James E. Brown pastor person Th PTA of the trouble, backache, rheumatism
James E. Culmer pastor. ally thank Miss Lucille Timmons church will 1
Eddie Edwards clerk Bro. Vandell Bavan, See')' for her inspiration in steering us sponsor a Than.ksglving'Dinner 'nervousness, I low

'f Sunday School.....?....... 9:30: aon Services on last Sunday were on when things seemed to block on Thursday., I DV. 27, 6:30: p.m. vitality ulcer hormone deficiency
Morning worship ... ....... 11:00 at the best, beginning with Sun our way. Miss Timmons is again at the church. Rev. Canfield will 1 lost vigor, arthritis

Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pjra day School at 9:30: a.m. and Sol holding the trophy for "Miss St. conduct a brief service following 1! and New chronic diseases.
lowed with ur regular morning I Paul" by raising the highest the dinner Location
TRIUMPH CHURCH service at 11 a.m. Then at 3 Mrs. Lucille : : SOUTHERN CLINIC *

o'clock our pastor, along with amount of 2847 Coral Way
Prince H. pastor money: $162. Also Hours: 105. Closed Wed.
MobFey, the usher board
No. 2 and choir Mrs. Lucille Baker for the beau USE OUR CLASSIFIED
Sis. C. ,McKinney reporterJesus"1 I No. 2 and a large number of of tiful flowers corsages and dec and Thurs.

ficers and members journeyed orations COLUMNS FOR RESULTS!
Healing Ministry, was of the dary.
the subject of the, lesson on Sun to the city of;. Pompano W render '
day past. The lesson was foundin services at the Mt. Zion 'The Woman's Choir for that

Matt. 8117. It wa's very Baptist Church in behalf of the soul-stirring music; Evangelist ATTENTION. NEW OPENING

beautifully. '_discussed_ .by_ the class Sunlight 9, and Pallbearers Lodge No. Emma Watson far the evening FIRST TIME IN MIAMI
we really had the
a wonderful message; men for their
es. Toe or the tee
enlightening LADY
son was delivered by our pastor. time .In the field of Christianity.: strong support both financiallyand )

After the school there was a Our pastor preached out of his spiritually; our lovely and
healing service followed by a soul taking for ,his subject, "Re understanding pastor and his
glorious praise service. A new deeming The Time, then in our wife. To Mrs. Cornelia L. Glenn MADAM MARS

member was added to the prayer 7 p.m. services our pastor cam for being my spokesman for the ,.
roll. to us with another great' ores day. Again may we thank each '
sage "If You Don't Know, Ask Of you individually for making GIFTED PALMIST AND ADVISERIf
As usual the YPE band was Someone." this the "End of'a Perfest Day." you need help to overcome Bad

as Interesting as ever And a'very Sunday morning services will: The following are the namesof Luck, Spells or Evil -Influence If
enjoyable program followed. The' be as usuaLbeginning" with Sunday the captains who raised over you
eul edt was "Saints Must Endure (- School .at 9:30: followed by ;100.Motile. seem to be crossed in Luck Sick in"bod, or mind . .

to the End." Scripture: our regular services. Parham, May Dell I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU.

Mark 13913.: Choir No 2 will be in Braynon Jessie Smith. MlMred
charge Has the love
one changed? I
you can tell why I
Gay. Ann you
of the musical Shennett Lucille
part of the services Tim
There was a glorious devotion. and the junior ushers will coons Made Kelsey Henrietta Let me explain higher powers to you npw. I do what
al service which
was followed bya
serve. Ferguson. Clara Hilton. others claim to do.

The very message high for expression the evening meeting.was Let us not forget: our Woman's Total raised to date $4,311.50 Gives you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Num

delivered by our pastor. His sub Day program which will be ob May God bestow his special bers. Satisfaction guaranteed.
served on the 6th Sunday in this blessings upon each of
ject was "The Creature Itself. Come let make
me Lucky
Romans month. The women are striving Mrs. Clarabelle Hilton you Happy and SuccessfulOpen
Text: 8:20. The message -
was most hard to make this day a great Chairman Dally and Sunday Hour '
Inspiring and enjoyed 9 a-nvto S p.m.
and memorable one in the field Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson
by* all. Many accepted the Readings for Colored and White
of Christianity. Let us all throw Co-chairman
attar call and the Lord was really BUS NO. IS PASSES
present our rms around the women and Rev. J. D. Washington EVERY1 15 MINUTES t
them to make this 1w
help program pastor '
I Located ;
Friends if-you are looking fora a success. May we also remem- >'

good time in the Lord why bee our sick and shutlns! and 2590 N.W. ,,27t1t' venue Miami Fla.
not come and enjoy the Lord Iliad time to pray for and visit .Drive .. ; ;;

with us at the I Triumph Church. them again. Carefully ..- .




MARY'S W. M. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe The Garden Club THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporterRev ten night revival conducted SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 PAGE 11
E. A. Culmer pastor by the Rev. J? H. Johnson of The Friendship Garden and
West Palm closed I Civic Club was entertained by
on Thursday
Sunday School began at the night. The meeting Mrs. Carrie Arnold Thursday,
usual hour with the snperln successful. Further very Nov. 7 at the home of the presl
tendent, In charge. She had been be made later. reports will dent, Mrs. Ann Coleman.

under the weather somewhat and Services for Sunday will be as Including the several Items of MORTGAGE LOANSIN
we were glad to have her back. usual. Rehearsal for Christmas business transactions.. were the
The classes took their places and begins next week. Parents are following:a! A HURRY
the teachers where at their posts urged to send their children out 1. Plans for the annual Christ
The lesson, was reviewed by John on time and cooperate with thosein mas party. All are looking forward . Prompt service day or night e 1st and 2nd mortgagee
Dullard. charge. for a bigger and better en e Prepayment privilege In e Grace periods !In every
The pastor was In charge of tertainment which In scheduledto
the 11 a.m services. The Rev. ST. JAMES be celebrated at the home of every mortgage mortgage
Rudolph Thompson a visiting A.M.E.Rev. Mrs. Lucile Reed on Dec. 15. Our Service Is Professional, Courteous
minister delivered a touching A. J. Reddick, pastor 2. A benefit project 'Js In the and QUICKDADEBROWARD .
message from Phllliplans 3:13. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter making for the Sunshine Conva
14, theme, "Forgetting and Re- lescent Center located at 2611 MORTGAGES
membering." One person walt Sunday will climax this conference NW 67th st. W. C. Preston 1 is
added to the church family No. year at St. James. We the director of this home. Read AND INVESTMENTSMiami .
2 choir rendered music with Mrs. along with our many friends are the Miami Times for time and ,
FR 7-4812 Hollywood WA
H. Hlggs at the organ and the I praying that our good bishop, place of this affair. t
No. 1 ushers eerred. the Rt. Rev. S. L. Greene will re 3. The club has pledged to Ft. Lauderdale JA 3.2832
turn our pastor ao that the work support three other community ASK FOR MR. KAPPDORCHA
The 7 p.m. devotion was led which we have begun might go organizations: the NAACP and
by the pastor. An interestingplay forward under his administration the Urban League, -with a gold
entitled "Let my PeopleGo. interrupted. certificate membership with the
." Mrs. U. HIggs the conductor The will
pastor preach at both NAACP. We urge other organi-
wishes to thank all who the 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. services.We rations to Join these also, as
participated. We want to make are expecting all members well as Indivflduals. You know
special mention of her mother, to discharge their full duties. the value these organizations are Inc.
Mrs. Moore, who played her part to us.The. ,
so well. The Sunday School, under the hostess
The pastor officers and members capable supervision of Dro. course served a full
turkey and ham
take this .method of thank Theodore Roddy along with his with all the dinner
ing Rev. N. F. Clark and mem staff invites all to be present at Flossie Gibson trimmings.thanked the Mrs.hos Real Estate Rentals
bers of St. Matthew's Baptist 9:30 a.m.Accepted. tess. The next
meeting will be
Church and the Rev. Canon into full membership I held with Mrs. Ethel
Dlocker. -
on last Sunday was Dro. Frederick '
Charles Cooper and congregationof Mrs. Ann Coleman: president .
St. Peter's African Orthodox Shepard.On E. C. Thomas
Church for helping us to cele Sunday evening after ser, reporter
1009 N.W. 2nd Ave.Phone
brate our 35th anniversary We vice wll be the pastor's appreciation .
want to know that
A most
you we ap night. unique encea that should prove beneficial

preciate everything you. did and program has been arranged for In our every said. this occasion. Ponder! "The light Is mill
We shall be expecting you at shining, but are we wise enough FR 4.0Q28-FR 4-3853 -
BETHEL BAPTISTRev. West Palm Deach at Payne to see It and walk In It?"
Chapel AME Church which Is the
L. R. Ross, Pastor seat of the South Florida Annual MIAMI 36 FLORIDA
Si.. Nannette Gretr reporter Conference. ,
Richmond Heights -

Sunday School began at the Chester Smith To J. B. SMITH
ubua hour with the superintendent
in charge. Theme: "Jesus Speak at Mt. Sinai's ELECTRICSERVICE SEE THE

the great Physician." The pastor Men's Day SundaySunday _
reviewed the lesson.
Last Sunday we were honored Nov 23, Mt Sinai Electrical Contractor
to have as guest minister, Rev. Baptist Church will present its
C. C. Rawls, pastor of New annual Men's Day program. HOUSEWIRING"Don't

Bethel Missionary Baptist Chester Smith, a dynamic speaker Call "
Church, Lake City, who deliver an outstanding personality as cuss u. COLORED
ed two very interesting sermons. well as a local Miamian, will be PHONE NE 5-3058
For morning\ theme: "Delivered featured as guest speaker In the
From Ills Pit." For evening, morning service. Come and enjoy Night or Day PSYCHIC
"The Religion of Jesus Christ." this spiritual feast and. help d
Sunday is Young People's Dayat make the day a success.. READER
Dethel. Let in all come out The pastor was absent all day ----.6
and enjoy a day with our young last Sunday because of Illness -
people. They are the church of yet we enjoyed fine services. A
tomorrow.Attention. visiting minister preached the PROF.
meat Time is near- morning sermon, and everyone
ing. Get on the band wagon and enjoyed a spiritual feast. _
let's have a great financial sue As a reminder! Members let
cess. Remember you must Ito us not neglect to attend the DTU
better than the women. So get If other duties, or health conditions
the ball rolling. Let's make permit, we should be loyalto HUNTER[ ]

Men'g Day a great day, Bro the cause. .
Roosevelt Jackson and Dro. The Rev John Polite was In PRO HUNTER
Mays are sponsoring barbecue of the servces.
a charge evenng
If sure sick I worried or to trouble this U the
each Saturday prior to Men's The sermon was pointed spiritually you ,
Day. Dro. John Ancrum Is asking and possessed real expert- place to com. Don't stay la the rut, push back the
for your support toward his dIn' tell of bad luck that 'ID'to hold you In your track

ner sale next' Sunday, Nov. 23. and advance forward by the help of God under the
Remember sick In
prayers. Please our visit Vernell your leadership of Prof. Hunter who hat 30 years of .*

Gatlin, who is 111 at 14680 TylerSt. perlenco la spiritualist and occult science. Make 7om-

TV REPAIRS home happy. H. will show you how to bypass 70m-

enemies and yet the things that life demands for you

Rev. J. S. Blake pastor

"Praise ye the Lord. 0, give NO CHARGE
thanks unto the Lord for he Is : t
good; his mercy endureth for I
ever.. If we can't fix it in your home
Sunday School began at the
hour of ,9:30 a.m. with the sup
erintendent Sister Agnes' Davis, 9 a.m. to 9 p.nv-Sunday 10 to 3

in charge and all teachers al r
their posts. The attendance wax DRIVE-IN SERVICE
At 11 a.m. Love Feast was .
administered by the pastor, assisted
by the Rev. A. OaTlon.) A ALL WORK GUARANTEED
testimonial meeting then follow Located at ... Hunter's .ew psychic studio on

:ed and everyone was given anopportubfty Pkk-up and Delivery-No Charge Pembroke Road, I miles west of Hallaadale, Ft*. 00
to express himself. the aorta side of tfco road, 1 mfle. oat of 7th .....

The Junior choir and uhers serv Cam ......... fttatM are plated oa the top of ......- .

ed.The A.C.E. League met at 5:30 story tm&Haft Offk b la tile duplex .. the front .ftaolmfldla

P.m. with the president Sifter I 0'r *
Claudia Robinson In charge. Y.cone Ho has ftftar Hmsi nero power thaa any attar

After the 7 p.m. devotional I s. 6+... .a.dla.a. Y.. wffl find USA far ..,..... ta haowl*
service; the pastor and members . .. l:4 ttMeLSt'RADIOS' edge. .
motored to Carver Ranches to E5 722 NOME
Mt. ZIon AME Church to a..l.t'' e AUTO .eI READINGS FROM 91.00 UPUOgMMa
the Rev Walker In his Woman'sDay .
Drive. Choir No. 1 ,and tV STATE AN9 COVftTY *

ers No. 1 rendered errlce. D.h'l I ...1is iiis1 AM.Yt
Come and worship with us. You
are always welcome.HARLEM r 1 P.M. TIL' 4 P.M. 7-' ".... SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM



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II.- husband, Marcus.. conducted Saturday, Nov. 22, at
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 3 p.m. .at Mt. Olivette BaptistChurch

Mrs. Pearlle Mae Jam rson, 485 Rev. I. C. Mlckns, pastor
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 DEATHS SW 4th ave. apt. 7, Homestead offjclatng. He a survved by a -

I died in the Christian Hospital wife, sister, three brothers and
I Novr'9runeral: was conductedon several nieces and nephews. Interment

Thursday night from the In Paradise. ,
Richardson . Bethel Baptist Church. The body .
CARDS.MEMORIALS shipped to'Memphis, 'TennN The body of Willie Eberhartof
2002 NW was,
Willie Lee Hopkins, : Perrlnc, who died Nov. 9was

74th terrace died held Nov.Nov.8. 12 Funeral from Stillborn infant girl ''ot Mrs! sent to Hajtswell, Ga., Nov. 14 I ITI
services were .
PearlieMae Jamerson was shipped for funeral. services and burial.
the Chapel at 5 p.m. The body '
IN MEMORIAMIn was shipped to Macon, Ga. Mr. to Memphis, "

memory of, family of the ,late, Hopkins Magnolia is several survived brothers by a wife and, Charles BB.. Harvin, 617 NW i Yvonne ,L. Adams; ',

H -RCOURT CAREY MRS. SOPHIE' BROWN 20th' at., died 'on Nov. ,8 In the
who departed this life Nov. 17, wish to take this method to ex' sisters. Jackson Hospital. Funeral' sere Dies in N. Y. >' ,
1953 May he rest In peace and press their deepest appreciationand Lewis, 1946 NW vices were held Nov. 15 from Wes
light perpetual shine upon the Mrs. Lizzie for. t
may heartfelt gratitude Greater Bethel AME Church
3rd ave., died Nov, 9 in the After a year's illness, former
him. many friends for their cards, with burial in Lincoln. ing
hospital. Funeral services were Miamian Mrs. Yvonne LockharU
The Family telegrams, floral sprays, and Q Broi
conducted Nov. 13 from Ebenezer Adams died in a White Plains,
other expressions of condolencesIn M. E. Church, Rev. Hall officiating Mrs. Sallie Mae Guyton, 111 N.Y. hospital at approximately Petr

IN MEMORIAMIn their hour of grief# NW 16th at. died on Nov. 12 ,in 12:30: 'Wednesday' early. The still enjtgre

Special thanks to Father J, II.Reese1 Mrs. Lewis is survived by a Jackson Hospital. The-body was daughter of Mrs. Louise lock-
sad but loving memory of *and the donors for the shipped to yaldosta,.,Ga.." ,;; hart Adderley of 6516 NW 12th
our mother and grandmother, use of their cars, and to the Key & place :land< William Lockhart,
CHRISTINA SAUNDERSwho Adolph Washington ,died in the Mrs. Adams lived in New York pez
West Funeral Home for its untiring OF THANKSThe mad
died Nov. 17, 1957. service. CARD Veterans Hospital. The body was for the past 25 years. A native

May she rest in peace. Miss Flossie Brown, Dght. family of the late, shipped to Sparta, Ga. Miamian, she left here at the age Ano din
Another soldier gone to get a Mrs. Martha Welters, sister RUTH McPHEE BAILEY of 12.
great reward; Mrs. Rowena Finder sister who passed Oct. 24, wish to take is
She fought the fight, she kept Mrs. Lillian Roberts, sister this method to express ,their Range . Mrs. Adams was the wife of Lanat
J' the faith Grandchildren nieces and deepest appreciation and heart Jimmie Adams and lived at 443 I
Charles Miles of 1718 NW 6th
And now gone home to God. nephews felt' thanks to, the many friendsfor Main St., in White Plains. They men]
died Nov 18
ave., on Tuesday,
Mary Saunders Azmoe their cards,' telegrams, floral have a son Tyrone, 18, and a con]
on his job. Mr. Miles will be remembered
And Family pieces, cars and other expressions daughter Cheryl 10.
the pioneers of
among and
of condolences in their
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe hour of grief. Miami, having settled here over Mrs. Adderley has been attending tlvl
The Bailey, McPhee and 54 years ago. He was a painterby her daughter for sever
family of the late Sweeting Families trade. Survivors are his wife, al months. She was living in ML'
sad but loving memory of MRS. LULAR FELDUR a stepdaughter, Mrs. Zeola. New York at the time of her .')
our dear husband, father, and Jones, a, 'step son, Earnest Oliver, daughter's death. Known for her
who passed Oct. 19, at featend'
brother, ;J Suinpter S. C., wishes to thank Thank You and other relatives. He will lie exceptional beauty, Mrs. Adams

CHARLES MCDONALDwho the members of Greater Bethel The family of the late in repose at the chapel' beginningat was a popular figure among her knr
departed this life Nov. 10, noon on Friday. On Saturdayhe friends both
AME Church for their kindnesses I ; many in Miami and tunpnt
1948. shown during its hours of be b will be taken to the church New York. Besides her mother
Gone, but not forgotten. sI and lie in until ,funeral
reavement. Thanks for repose and father, Mrs. Adam's is sur
May he rest in peace and cards, telegrams, letters and your all _Ir "- time. ,Services wjll be conducted vived by two sisters, Miss Shirley weam
light perpetual ..shine upon him. at 2 p.m.. at the Church of Lockhart of Miami and Mrs.
other gestures of sympathy.
Mrs. Anna McDonald, wife God, Elder A. M. Cohen officiating. Reba Lockhart Smallwood of Th
"k The Family Special thanks to the various x Burial' at Lincoln Washington, D, C.; and a host hpl
boards, the gospel and No. 2 of other relatives.
IN MEMORIAM choirs to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson Shine! Perry Lester, 1245 NW
of Mt.\ Zion Baptist Churchind 'Yy wot Md 64th st. died at the Paravllla Funeral arrangements and
In sad but loving memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, ( Convalescent Home Nov. 18 He burial to be held in New York POT

our darling wife, daughter, .)f St. James AME Church Again Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. are scheduled for 2'', pm< Satur not
grandmother and sister, thanks to everyone for everything ;aet Florence Avant Spencer and several day. Mr. Lockhart left for White

and may God bless all of i grandchildren.. Services ten Plains last week. 1

you. tatlvely' set for Nov. 22 at 10:30: CPPn.

Mis. Queenie F. Davis, rY a.m. the place to announced.. ..,
daughter nurl in Lincoln. CARD OF THANKS.I C..,.


Dennis"Craig of 2237 West 6th am ever aware of true friend ,.,...

In AppreciationWe ::',- ct., Hialeah, died at Jackson, ship and thoughtfulness among/ I....

';",; Nov 19.: Arrangements, are ,at my co-workers and acquaintances ..

the family of the late, this time incomplete. but I was ,touched deeply by the nn

many letters, telegrams, flowers ""
,, '"""*
T T I. irc Jji!
? Infant) Eva Terry Norwood of and other kindnesses extended to

2073 NW 6th place, died at Mt. me during the Illness and death AP..n,
--" Sinai Hospital Nov. 18. .Chapel of my mother, Mrs. Wadelle 0. .
MRS. RUTH LOUSE ADDERLY services with Rev. A. J. Reddick Farmer would like to thank all wl
STUARTS officiating were conduct Thurs of you wholeheartedly pa

wish to thank the many friends day, Nov. 20. .Burial in Lincoln. Mayme C. Bondu

and neighbors for their kindness

'" IN i $ 4jW9 during her sickness and death. ----,------. .....--- .n'
Special thanks to those who Housa of Albert. . ",.
sent cards, flowers, donation and Soor
Funeral services: for Clifford '
cars. To the Range Funeral
Home for their most courteftic s Ford of, 122 NW 15th st., who I UNITED FUND U! ".

I service. To the pastor, officer died at home Nov, 15, wll be I I..- ........... _.. .....-- -' ,y"

T a 1 a h a and members of St. Mary's,W M
Church the members of Floral ofn

Heights School cafeteria and thi j.
MRS. ELMA BROOME staff of Jackson Memorial Hos' "A Living Service For The Living"( "

who left us one year' ago on No pltal.

vember 21, 1957 The Family Range Funeral: Home n
Safe In His care after her Quest

t She's. found sweet peace and CARD OF THANKSThe

quiet rest, OSCAR AND AT HA LIE RANGE Owners
And lives and moves among the IlL family of the late

blessed, PHONES OX 1.0131PL OX 1-4343
She's found new songs to fling .1 I
t New life and laughter there to' ELDER JAMES D. ETHERIDGEtake \

bring, this method to thank the Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
To love's eternal spring. many friends for their kindness 1a : I

Sadly missed by: thoughtfulness, sweet unselfish- ; : : 5727' N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

J. W. Broome, husbandMrs. spirit in the hour of our be- I I It
Mary Williams, mother reavement. They have helped to

' Johnnie Mills, daughter :lighten the burden we bear. 1 .
*" Valdemar Williams, eon \
Brenda Williams, We sincerely thank those who ,

grand daughter sent cards of condolence, telegrams B. SoloMon Funeral HomeEstablished

,i Willie Mae West, sister flowers and donated cars. ,
Willie Jackson, brother We are grateful to the neigh I
Grady Williams, bors of 5th court for their kind ( 1>28))

Israel MUMS, son expression usher board of sympathy.No.3; stewardess Thanksto fi2: ay : Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

board No. 2 and the senior ,

I Pulpit Aid Board of Greater ; A, h Funerals Within Range of Each Budget .<< I
Bethel AME Church; the Minis r
I Civic Theatre Guild
terial Alliance for their loyal
cooperation; and to the organi '" I
f.Adult! Classes in Dance and zatlons of the Lily White and.' Improved -
< Pallbearers of America;, 315 N.W. 16th StreetPh. FR 3.144d '
.' 'w .'-, Drama ,. -' .
we especially thank, Rev, St, A. -"n: w__ ,

t ...* ..*.,'+-- AME Church for his kind ex MRS. COnETHA SHAW
; (Don StrtKUan's Party Time) presslons 'ad helpful message: of
wishes to its sincere
r t :1 MAM 110: CALYPSO til A express
consolation: and hope for life eter
thanks to friends for the cards,
nal. We are grateful to the telegrams and floral contributions
"IN( JAZZ IIALL1IOOM SOXC3STYLIXO Rang Funeral Home for their offered during Its hour of

r : PREPARATION Loyal, efficient service. Again, bereavement. PRIVATE FOR HIRE ..
,; thanks. May God bless everyoneof Special thanks to the Francis
you. Funeral Home and its' staff; the

.; Children's Theatre The Family, Rev C. J. Burney, and all other Ambulance'
Mrs. L. M.\ Etheridge. wife kind friends who hefted: in any Service
Mrs. Lillian E. Chlsholm ... ., .
3290 N.W. 45th St. way to make our burden lighter t'
J daughter She leaves to mourn( two >- ; FRanklin 35900HAVE
INFORMATION Mrs.. Mae E. King, daughter daughters and a host of other .

relatives and friends. '
766 NE 5.5283 '
PL 7. ,. Mrs. Ode Cruse, daughter CASH .
. .a. ....', ,BEFORE YOU CALL
.; DoN Elate Arlumett ,
> ." Drive Carefully daughter u r '
t r :', tiff. :: -

MIAMI TIMES- "The Peoples' Newspaper"



Attention all students who
+ graduated in the class of 1949.
Please meet at Dorsey Junior
High School on Sunday Nor.. 23
at 6 five the old
room ,
library We would like to plan NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. .
for a real class reunion. Call and
notify all classmates. Refreshments
;O evas rnaE.Q Mrs. Annette McNeal.
Triple Bill-Come Early

THAT MIDNIGHT hop to Key LOCAL LKADKH& are missing I Alphas Elect
West Saturday was really one a good bet to get Negro bus driv a >' 'WALT
for the books. About 2:45 (clos ers jobs with Miami Transit Co. I Officers DISNEY,,.,..
ing time) just before the Louis The bus company needs 70 drivers
Brothers closed their popular to under
operate the new
Beta Beta Chapter
Lambda of
Petronia Street Bar. Jac\, ,Lewis ': contract with the union which Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity
still raving over the fine time calls for shorter hours. How ,
elected officers for the 58- 59 arttattd
enjoyed In Nassau lasti,",month, I about a little pressure 'on the ;
year. are:
greeted Yours Truly. Teachers, company for Negro drivers on
was the taste, and Charles Lopez routes 20, 21 and 24 at least. Brothers Edward McCray,
and George Van Duren Route 21 is the biggest money president; John II. Anderson, Shown at 7:04TWO
made it a four-party affair . making route' In the Miami vice resident; Ellis A. Adger,

Another climbing into social the group limelight rapidly here. Transit system. secretary; 'and Osie Jonathan Fryar, Thurs parliamentarian MOST AMAW CHARACTERS YOU EVER MET I

Is the Silver Slipper: Social Club. Don't be surpirsed if the long ton, editor to the Sphinx.
. Lang Milllan is prey and some overdue new Christian Hospital Beta Beta Lambda Chapter iJ 8i SiBaI
of the city's prominent Is built the first of the year. looking forward to bigger activities
young News is that the constructionmoney
men are members Aside from for the fraternity this I
has finally been .approved
community work year. .
group Is . Roland Donathan and his
noted for its active attendanceand "Youth on Parade" Is their
son, Robert, flew over from Nassau
participation in church activities first project JJov l 28 at Northwestern's -
for the weekend
and servces.WtMI Thursday auditorium
THEY SAY Varsity BarberShop

proprietor Harry Smith,
TIIR SPARKS a local group, heads the list In Liberty City Broward .
on C'ub Royale .
weekend for helping In community

knock show'em cards dead with continue top new to area fairs. would If more take businessmen"SmlttyV In at t at-I I County Shown at 9100 .

tunes . Mrs. Adel Stephens tude toward community welfare. News .t ,
entertained last Saturday (a we could look forward to a bet
week ago.: ) The occasion was a ter and bigger 15th ave. businessmen !I
crand one. with the ByWalter
approaching org. . EloIse Reynolds is
Thanksgiving Day marriage of due In from New York this Bowe.
her daughter Mercedes, to Tal- weekend. Her mdthe.'s Illness
mad A Maxie McCullough. The brings her here. Her sister, Inei.

occasion WitS to present him to Adderly, has been in Key West Starlight Lodge No. 642 meet
frlondv .
and the marriage of her two weeks caring for their parents d
Friday, Nov. 21, 8 p.m. at the
con Samuel" Stephens, was announced (rather Is blind Benja Masonic Temple .on Pembroke -
. Basdln '
min Butler) Eva Road. All: members are asked to
Adderly 'recuperating aftei be present and on time. 'Clarence
n":'R HWnE her recent operation Ruthle
FOR ANOTHER Johnson, W M.; Hiram Ash,
.. In Shown at 10128
Asaon', "' a. Charles Ferguson Plltman Is reported secretary.
nrook. who has been absent John Hopkins Hospital .
""m th*",. parts for the last fire Charles Lopet's mother, EvelynL. The C. W. Fire
'.<><'a ulM) Into town last Johnson, Is In Monroe General will meet at the home of Walter SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY''
"",,v "Do gnends his work- Hospital (Key West) . Bowe Monday, Nov 24 at 9 p.m.
.-.. bourn ..t Tropical, Hialeah Henry (A Line From Mack)-McKinney All members are asked to be r +
. from West _
down _
" was ESTHER
O'lif present time
stream. A former 0. D. on
wK4 Pam Beach for the routine checkup
,, employee, he !. now In the Gables. w
Vet's Hosp.
the at Kenneth Bailey of Carver 4M
I'll" roll of 0. O.. Odum
.Tuanlfa's Kindergarten tots Ranches, has been dischargedfrom JEER
"r'" hn. the Armed .Forces. lie
v PI beavers In the eon. re (;
"d for, King and Queen, the Queen Will sides with his grandparents, Mr. HANDIER
winn" r to mount float at class and Mrs. Thomas Rmlth'or SW
parade. be Crowned 18th st. and 46th ave. ,
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fOMIVO EXTJNTflj. The Kel-' One of five. young ,ladles will Jimmie Dani eli of SW 25tlist. ,:; _
'''-'.. Annual Harvest Darn Dance( : be crowned "Miss Alpha Phi ., Carver Ranches, has also
""..t Wednesday at the Harlem Alpha" Friday. Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. been honorably discharged from s
g 11"RrA . Civic Theatre Guild In the beautiful auditorium of the Armed, Forces lie has just
nreaanta Children' Theatre Northwestern high school. Contestants returned from Germany wherehe
"""1'1' festival Nov. 28-29 at the are Mrs. Josephine spent most of his time. I

.hm"'", E Scott Audit .. The Dronson, Miss Miry E. Sands ROSSAlm '
A.i'g' College Choir Mrs. Ella Mae Wyche Miss Betty

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Nov. 9.16 was American Edu' observance of AmejUcjan
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS cation Week. Pupils and teach Education Week was very ap-

.. M ............... -............ ........ ...._ ;JQIII1''OOl'll: ;; : : ;J f IQ 'u'............... ers started the week off the by theme making propriately begun"Education with an Inspiring
posters, depicting speech, !in a
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People; Newspaper";; sponsibility as chairman and I for each day. Many beautiful as Changing World" by Mrs. E. M.

I spearheading our programs for I well as Informational 'posters J. Rawls whowas also the

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1958 the week! 'were made. Prizes were given chairman.,

Our PTA president wishes to classeg l in the poster 'contest. Veterans Day was observed
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thank parents, teachers and students Devotional periods, stressing' with a listening program and
for making our annual the theme for each day were led comments by the, teachers.
R. R. MOTON Pupils in Mrs. Barton's sixth
I and carnival a huge success. He feels by the various, student 'groups gave
grade Mr. Jone's fifth grade The 6th and 6th grades
Many fine things have been classes are all smiles over the that the enjoyment bad by your over the P. A. system. a very worthwhile program entitled
happening at Moton since the last outstanding achievements of children was worth the effort Tuesday night. Nov 11 parents
"Let Freedom Ring", basedon
writing. Here are few! inconvenience had attended Twilight School activities
a I their classmates: Cassandra Dullard and perhaps the U. S. Constitution.
During the the 6th
American Education Week wa assembly
Otis Collier, Harold Smith by you.
The last note of American Ed.
celebrated in grand style as the graders presented an original
and Shedrick Woodard. Otis and Parents first" graders art
your ucatlon Week was sounded by
week began with Sunday worshipfor Shedrlck have mastered seven ol in the process of having their playlet The"Icrlpt, "Report Card, U.S.A. our, TA president, Mr. S. Barrett
written Mrs.
the Moton family at Ken was by
13 skills in physical education physical examinations. Yourchild's
Zelma Black. who gave a very practical ad-
Methodist Church In Perrine. for which they received certifi health is perhaps your dress 9n, "The Need For an Education
During the week speakers cates. Cassandra and Harold first concern. It you are notifiedof Nov 13 the parents honoredthe .:'
visited us via the public address constructed repIeaof, the any physical defect, please teachers during assembly

system during mornng devotion Amphl-Theater In Greece and the try to have them corrected as hour. The speaker for the occasion The Junior Red' Cross organ'
and on Tuesday several parentsand Parthenon in Ancient Greece. soon as possible, because all other :I was O'Connor T. Clark. ized Its work for the ensuing
friends attended an ETV These replicas were used in demo phases of the child's develop I Elliott Pieze presented the year with the following officers:

broadcast and twilight school. onstratlon along with others ment depends upon his health. speaker and was one of the platform Kynle Mae Turner, president:
Colorful displays of pupils work from 10 schools engaged in the Constance Bennett vlclpresl' ..
When your child asks you for guests,JIrs. Deva Goodman, .......
lined the corridors and depicted
ETV program. an article to go in the Thanks. a former principal of Bethune. dent; Gwindle Estes secretary; '
the theme, "Let's Keep up With Linnle Fannfn, principal remember there Betty Ann Gibson, treasurer;
airing basket was singly honored. She very
The Kids
Dorothy S. Sawyer reporter Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold
are many less fortunate than you graciously accepted the gift and sponsor.
According to comments and expressions Give every little bit helps. lovely flowers presented by PTA The Junior Red Cross chose as

our American Educa LIBERTY CITY ELEM. Shall we look forward to seeing president Mrs. Docla Howell. .their sister for the year Little
tion Week celebration was a The highlight of this Mary Wells, 2116 NW 66th st.
yoii L. C. E. Day Nov. 26? day was
huge success. It's congrats to Who will be'cr.owned. Mr. and Mary F. Williams, principal the Surprise Luncheon at the They are planning to make her
Mrs. V. C. need and her com Miss L.C.E.?' Is your child in the R J, Everette reporter Booker Terrace dining room. very happy for Thanksgiving.
mittee on American Education contest? The faculty and student The faculty Is' very grateful and J. R. C. officers met with their

Week. body are anxiously awaiting the MAYS ELEMENTARY deeply appreciative of such a fine area meeting at Bunche Park'
climax of this activity which ts Elementary.Ethel .
The Self-Study Practicum con gesture. Again, we say' "Thankyou
tinues to move along progres to be held on the .26th of this Mays Elementary teachers parents, for helping to make : G. Primus principal
sively. Prominent. Consultantshave month. L. C.. E. Day is a big day planned a very colorful and at thisweek a truly educational Essie M. J. Rawls, reporter

visited with us in the per at our school. Won't you come tractive display of students' one." .
son of Mrs, Florence Lutz readIng out and enjoy the program we work last -week In the auditorium

supervisor, and Mrs. Hazel have planned for you. in observance of American This year we are again sendingout Hat CleaningMany
Troy, assistant reading super- Education Week. Thanksgiving Baskets to help
'Parents, you helped to make thoe less fortunate than years' experience
visor. They left a wealth of information we' are.
American Education Week a big Sunday Nov. 16 parents and If Satisfaction Guaranteed
for u's to consider in you already sent your
success. The faculty wishes to teachers met in the high school contributions Arthur and Rudolph Marshall
the teaching of developmental please send them
reading. express its apreciation to .the auditorium to choose homeroom by your children. We would 1704 N.W. 69th Terr.
many parents who attended our mothers. Featured speaker for preclate getting canned ap- Phone OX 1-7725
Moton was delighted to 'have last PTA meeting. Mrs. J. M. the occasion was Mrs. Elizabeth and fruit. We are thanking goods
a visit from Mrs. Minnie Fields, Allen's class won the prize for Lundy, a parent and an outstandIng In advance because have you
who met wth the primary depart having the largest number of ciVic worker in the Gould you al.
ways helped us to
ment and had an intimate chat parents present. However, we all community. In her speech, Mrs. spread sun

centered around EducationalTV. feel that we were awarded by Lundy stressed the importanceof shine.W.. C.- Cogdell .... J
Mrs. Fields expressed pleasure your presence. The program pre parent-teacher cooperation. In Mazie Edge principal
at being able to visit withus sented by the third grade group, response, .Mrs. Maude Chandler, reporter
'and promised to return as was a real treat. Hats off 10 Mrs. principal of Mays, commentec I
soon as time permits. R. L. Rogers for taking the re- on the highlights of Mrs. Lundy' speech.

Music was furnished by the
5th and 6th graders under the

; i direction of Mrs. Thegdora John
7 ,
d .. 1 uuy. son, music teacher. -

The principal, faculty and etc
dents wish a speedy recovery for

( : Mrs. Irene McJunkins, mother of
: Mrs. Louise Shacke: ord. fourth
v grade teacher -
at Mays. Kan-

Mrs. Maude Chandler, Prln
Mrs. F. Woodard reporter

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American Education Week has Geraldine Jackson. R.N. of the from 11-12 noon while Mrs.
come and gone but the Impact j i iI It t Civil Defense Office as she ad, Maxine Page and her fourth

left on our pupils, faculty and< dressed the pupils on Tuesday graderswere displayed. from 1-2 TOO FAT ?
the total residents of the Bunch I on the theme "Education; and in the afternoon.

Park Community will linger In Survival." She pointed up the Friday ended a week of interesting

dellbly. In keepingwith the Importance of education in the Informative activities related
time 'Report Card .U. .S. A.", ft area of Civil Defense In out to American Education GAINING WEIGHT TOO FAST?

special program was'planned for community Week when the pupils displayed Lose Those EXTRA Inches NOW
each day during the week. Our Dr. W. Roy Devore zone supervisor their array of talents during a

program opened on Sunday,, Nov. area three was at his school wide assembly. Richard
10, when the entire faculty worshipped best Wednesday! when he discussed Miller, sixth grade ,pupil of Mrs. Big SPOT REDUCING' Save
at the New Bethel Bap in detail to our faculty M. Dean class served as masterof
tict. Church of which the Rev, the subject "Social Studies in ceremonies for the occasion. CLASSIC HOLIDAY SPECIAL
V W. ;K. Smith, Is pastor. Mrs. MarI the Elementary School Curricu Vernon Jackson Larry Williams

I '' Ian ;Dean made brief remarks on lum." He gave us a preview of l Mary Gardener, Virginia Series of (6) Treatments

behalf 'of the faculty during the the new scope "and sequence Wllcox Sharon Fennell, Richard $28 00
1 servjce. guide ,that is being prepared In Vincent, Roberta Davis, Mae (DUPLICATE SERIES 50 cents) '.
the area .of Elementary Social Ruth Alexander, James Martin,
lfrll.. Mess' Gill, acting principal Studies. Raymond Dunn, Sheryl Lewis Beginning. 15 Thru Dec. 10
} keynote
remarks Brenda
I Thursday Patricia Lawrence
being National
using over the',the' public theme address system Teachers Day aa teachers, wen Tynes, Leo and Anthony Ambrla- (2 p.m. to 10 p.m.X

' "Responsible honored throughout the day ter, Eadron Andrew and Carolyn
Cltitenship.and urged our pupils Mrs. Doris Llghtsey participated on the '
Durley, second grade
to take Inventory of Health
teacher challenged the boys and program.
and )school. Reactivation
parents rlrls In her address. "W hat The American Education- Corn'
came back to school
on Monday Your Report Card Should Mean mittee consisted of Mrs. Hazel Cenfer
when! members of the PTA servo to' You?" Sanders, Miss Ruby Jean -
ed las cot-hostesses
and served Two live teaching demonstrations liams, Mrs. Dora Patterson and 276N.W
Il delicious refreshments. ; St. (Suite
were held on Thursday In Miss Delores E. Harte served &5cbalrDlLn. 118) .
Civil Defense Is an insurance the Bunche Park Shopping Cen- .
1 against warfare and other type ter. Mrs. Lillian Davis and her! Mrs. Alese Gill Is acting principal. FR 3-3381 FOR APPOINTMENT

of man-made" disaster said Miss first grade class were displayed j .
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Around Miami JOIN LOCALPR ((NOVEMBER 22, 1958 PAGE 15

By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU

M.N NN\NNN\\............N1NN NN.NN.NNN N\\\\\\N\\...._....................... Tallahassee- Florida A&M .
University public relations director
TilE ONLY reaction to last Club for :young men from 18 to Charles J. Smith III, will Redeemer
I week's column was a few letters 25 years of and Holy
age In the hope that Join the firm of Venn Cole .
from readers saying that the unofficial
they may promote friendships, Associates Miami. The, firm
mayor Idea was a good develop useful skills stimulate specializes In advertising public

one and If a|. sound thinking and encourage relations, publicity and promo I

good man w a i]I support of democratic principlesand tion. Smith will become account Thanksgiving Festival

found he would i Christian values' There wasa executive for the outfit's Orange

smoker held on Thursday, November Blossom .Classic account, serving
be In a position j 20 and It was a great Dec. 115. VGA's headquartersare

to get th@ City i ". success plan to Join them in In the new DuPont Plaza. .-

Fathers to open their next meeting. You will en- Building
A' Joy It. Cal! Moses Perry' or Chas. (Florida A&M in recognition
Jobs. School
better" Gray at OX 6,0231 for more in that the "classic" Is one of the Holy Redeemer
cards sug
few" formation. nation's major sports attraction

gested of the men i- has retained professional coun 1301 N.W. 71st Street

names might fit' Well. it's up to this ,point I say sel since 1950. During this period .
who . attendance has increased from
(Remember this. 'tLlv.e Life Every Golden(
this position. ,
Minute of H. PEACE. 18,000 the first year that
position does not pay a salary., FRIDAY NOV.
counsel was retained to a record AHA
civic duty. Here are the ,
It's a
of some 45,000 fans annual.
names that were submitted? Boys and Girls '
Klllens Henry Arrlngton. ly. 1:30 to 11:00 p.m.
Venn Cole and Associates were
Dr. 1. P. Davis, and Dr. J. 0.
Enjoy Carver Y' selected by university officials in
Drown; Of course; we are open July to handle the 1958 account RIDES -, GAMES FRITTERSFor

for more names. replacing Bishopric Green and
We do have to be certain that ActivitiesActivities \' The Children
Fle:den, Inc. However duringthe
the man we pick will be speak.
period 1954-57 VGA handledthe
and not\ fox were offered to all
Ing For The People !
Orange Blossom Classic publicity .
Himself, so It you are interestedIn youngsters both /grade school for DFO."Matty" .
your city and want better Jobs and teenage boys and girls who AMUSEMENTS FISH SUPPERS CONCH
attended the Matthews of Miami
and better living conditions Initial opening of
the G. W. Carver Branch YMCA was the first Individual or firm
start now in sending the name FRITTERS-for adults until 11 p.m.
for that retained the
last Monday afternoon. matter by
choice. We
of the man of your
will' print their names In the next university .. to handle Orange'. GRAND PRIZE 11:00 P.M.
Boys and girls appeared excited Blossom Classic promotional ac
and tell the next
with anticipation over theoutdoor tlvities. Later the account was .
front there. Send your cards
step and Indoor facilities of transferred to Houck and Co., of
and letters to me in care of the
the branch located at 5770 NW Florida predecessor of BFG
6740 NW 15th
Miami Times,
ave.! 15th ave. Following this transfer the latter

retained Matthews, as publicity
. Plans are now completed for counsel. 'lie was replaced In 1955 OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
"m:o" HARRIS of the Jim
organizing a teenage !girls' club by VCA.
Jam restaurant has added} something group under the leadership of Throughout this period Smith SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

new to his menu Yep Mrs. Ina Blackshear In the Lib has served as llason representative
pizza pies . 'While its on my erty City area Girls who are in of the university In regardsto PSYCHIC READER

mind let ,me remind you thatthere this age category are requestedto publicity and promotion In
Is no segregation on' the visit the YMCA at the above this connection he has made nu

city buses. I've been downtownand listed address or call OX 0231 merous television and radio appearances .

have watched the buses. for additional Information. as well as contact with
Yes all .of our friends are etlll other mass media personnel in
riding. in the back of the bus. Young people are also Invitedto the greater Miami area.
Now since Atty. Graves Father attend the afternoon activities
Glb&onand 'others have stuck being offered by the branch

their necks out to make it pos Monday through Friday from 4 Beautiful Home f
bible: for us to sit where we wishwe through 6 p.m.
are letting them down. Re Young men 18-25 may come In On Large Lot r
mind your friends that the busesin and get Information on the Pha r
lanx Club Your lot can be a paymenton
group. Exciting and
our fair city ,are not segregated
sNKXT wholesome recreations are being this 3-bedroom corner
offered. Why rot come by for

SUNDAY at li pear for enlightenment. 2395 NW 68th St.

the first time the Jim Jam will 3-5
Open p.m.
have 'dan with Don
a ,Ce -concert
Ippolito and his big 10 piece Advertise It Pays! Baron JE 81340Don't .
band. This affair will be held Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lift

every Sunday afternoon Whilewe I a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a etorm
are on the subject of the Jim

Jam let's get this straight, once WHEN OTHERS PAIL. YOU SEE ME
and for all. The shooting that Be Misled by TV Ads For Success in Business And Lore

occured fn that neighborhood" did That Offer You-'Service For NothingIT
not happen in or at the club but

on the street behind" the Jim COSTS MONEY TO PICK-UP, DELIVER AND 9 You can now have your home made happy

Jam. There is sparking Jot r ESTIMATE A SET *. Get and Hold the position you to long wantedDon't
"i ti
there this
reason say Stay in the rut Ret out now '
because a thing like that could I You ,Can Save 50' of Your Repair Bill the
hurt the bualnesj of the club percent By the help of God can help you
which Is trying to bring good
influence if sick worried In
Remove evil are or
you ,
entertainment to the area. Read Visit Our Show Room of Reconditioned Set

your articles carefully 'and sea A.' Low A. .................... $19.95SOOTIN'S trouble
If I'm right. Rumors to the' coal
Itwlll pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
trary do none .of us any good. .r
Where thousands com yearly for help and advice, you toe MM

PRETTY GIRL of the Week: TV (Since 1934) be touched by this strange mysterious power
Evelyn Miller; Policeman of the
: George Busby: Teacherof
the Week: James Everett. 321 N.W..3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3-1589 Mm God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof

/ old It still alive today and will open a way for YOU through
I Y WILSON hM taken off 1 24 years of reliable service in this community the troubled sue of life. Let not him that Is blind lead. you tr

for Nassau for a few days which I you stumble with him.
proves you Just can't stay away

from the island . The Sadie Do doubt the existence of ,thlnge because you cannot sec
Hawkins Mit*4 w. iKierei eFiiw Day dance given by the them
Charmette Club was a huge suc SHOP AT
I What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
cess. It was held: at the Jim Jam
last Friday night and the girls Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
were beautiful. Ba kley's Cut Rate A eeed before It sprouts (lea concealed, secret, silent In the dark

earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWIR"
Till YMCA (George Washing'
ton -Ca"er Branch) has moved WHERE QUALITY LIES Therefore, acquaint your-r '-W

Into its new headquarters on 15th self with the one who i I. an

ave. at 68th st. Why don't you 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376 authority. Whose private\t' ,
go by and see this beautiful site consultation will evolve you '
and encourage your teenagers togo
state of
to higher
there for recreation. You'd be
CHRISTMAS ITEMS wash IIaAJuota .-. 00,
surprise how cheap the member. f'

ship tee is, and the advantages Poll ..._?......... 3.49I.OH.. Rowaers ........ 1.10' A 3.0ft I All Information is
your children would have In beIng -
ft member.. Gf course, nonmembers Horn and Tea Sets lirrpkfa/it Bet Strictly ConfidentialOffice

'. are Invited also. (lt) pea.) ..._.?...... ..:m
Oirlfttma* Light Hours: 9 ..jn/ 9 p.m.
They are starting a Phalanx 70 to .1.19
!I FALL M1gDICINERliolater I II Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ,

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Father John .... Tae A 1.33 Don't Write-Call In Person'

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frjends$ and-has such a short Albert Edwards, his i phew
t'I time to do this In.' He.was' visiting andfctfthfr relatives. Jack would: 91ike
it Urban League Seeks\ "B i4/" ,get iifr>touch with/, friends"
favorite !fiftngout w Jacksonville'' before" leavjtog tor New 'Jersey .
him. He 19 Nathan.- on Monday. .
Sims, who left here Itfl642 .tp .,
I Scientists Technicians seek s. greener grass Iff ,& bury '
Park ,N J., Jivck id'visiting his .:
sister 'tyr*. Albertha .Edwards!:: Advertise It Pays>., ,If .
A youth Incentive program to ; .., .
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select and aid "Tomorrow's Sclenttsts -.J. .
THE'MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' New.paper"PAGE'16'
and Technicians," has ,; .
been instituted by the Miami SATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 22, 1958 < : Stores For Rent '
Urban League as part of a national = ,
program sponsored' by this ----

\ organization."T. S. T., as the national pro. 35 $5-Located at 75th' St.". & 22nd Ave. j

gram support Is of called local, will school enlist oftlcals the, I SUITABLE FOR POOL ROOM: =RESTAURANT ..

service agencle and community 1Mf LOAN AGENCY '-'FURNITURE'* ;DOCT R'S' AND t

leaders to select gifted boys and DENTIST'S OFFICES '
girls for assistance In their education I r. ,:
," said Karl Bishopric, 2'sc r"liona'R
.". Wonderful Opportunity .* Spacious Parking:
prellident'of the Miami Leaguea .
United Fund agency. TilE INVENTORS of the TV (there's that beer again) at I Call Mr. Sloban-P 1.2663 \ ;
"Particular emphasis will be and Radio Shows "People- are Shaddie's Tavern. He was anxious ,\
placed on Negro youths and Funny," really came up with a to meet some of his old

those from other minority groups good tag for a pretty good entertaining ... . . . _. .... ... .... u. ..._uu u. .... .... .. .
whose talents are often not-fully show. People ARE w: : : :: e r.n .z. w w w
, utilized." FUNNY and that goes for those "
Local youth taking part in" the who are squabbling and fussing '

'(e.'t. TST program Career will Clubs be organized which Into will about tial" businesses closing our on Sundays.We "non.essen. |1|Fair Realty is Easy'to Buy From i

f ; meet regularly for guidance and can go along with the . U? t

I educational A local committee sessions. will be organized closing and package of the. wine stores.joints What, liquor is Mm VISIT OR CALL TODAY.. .' PL .7-1645'x! !

I to supervise the Miami more essential than a grocery ,
< program and assist in selection store? !Ui 7' 4tt! ", t't'I' I

t of :participants. Yeah, we know! We should ,- ;, rift. I IF
: Educational advisors will utilize do our grocery shopping on ; ,, b
I :' teachers' estimate of stu days other than Sunday, but F 2t \, "j->. '1 I
\ dents' abilities and potential for there are a lot of people who. .2t " !, \
I' advance studies in determining just can't shop except on Sun IfiF f f 7 ,--i ''
youths deserving of assistance 1& days. Iu
career guidance and scholar Perhaps I'm narrow minded,
t _
ships'' in various institutionithroughout or just haven't been attendingour ..
the country church services as regularly !to; y M yA'v :
Additional informaton about as we Should, but when we read. t O; .
the program may be obtained that the ministers of our Llt. ,,r <4 >a.
ti from the Urban League, Com churches are the main cogs In i 'J1t"
munity Services Bldg., 396 NW this "blue law" Jibe to close businesses ;i jti ;
First St. on Sunday, then we won' ,
der! Is the purpose behind this
TB SALES HIT crusade to have more people In :_ :
t, church on Sunday? Do they I"

r ; think more money would be in _ _
t the collection plate? "nO Eu3.;. tr =< :

> A; total ,of 116,701 has been There are so many other evils, e' i .. I,
received through this midweek If opening a legitimate businesson 2S; .
in Dade County's annual Tuber- Sunday is an evil, to be
cutosls Christmas Seal Sale, according fought against. ,
to Don Kuhn, Christmas Just what are the "essential" 8 , ; : f
Seal director of the Dade County businesses these crusaders I "
Tuberculosis Association.The think should be open on Sunday? '
returns represent contributions Drug stores? Gas stations? Heck, l WHY PA.Y' RENT'?
received in the first tour I not even doctor's offices are.openon
counting days of this year's Seal Sundays.
Sale mall, which began to 'go out I The, church group, which (
to "Dade Countlans last Friday stands out as the leaders of this ,NEW 3 BEDROOM HOMES .
r -.v Nor: 14.- ; Sunday closing must hate ball . .. .. ,' '
The' last batch of the total I games, radio and TV stations, ' ;
272,000 envelopes of >TB Christ restaurants, newspapers etc. (
Only $495 Down A
r mac, Seals will roll out from the There are thousands of work :
post office next Monday, Nov. 24. ers In these businesses who ,
I The. local ,goal tor this year' depend on their. jobs for substs See our'models at 1510 1520 NE. 154th St. Also NEE 153rd Terrace :
t TB 'Seal' Sale Is $155,000 to tence and who would like 'to ,buya N.E. '15th to iN.E. 16th Aves. Large lots,'city water, landscaped, :close 1

,I' 1 support. the year-round program. loaf of bread on Sundays' : to Burdines_ Food Fair shopping center. No doting:costs. 'Move,tight ,
I of Una. association, which Includes They may bring pressure oft -
in. High dry area. ... '"
x 1 t detection' public educa-- the city fathers through their *
; ,,* ". ....
.. ttpn' and pUent..e! lce work religious influence to clamp downon j:
: liquor places, beer' taverns as .d" a '
I i 'r .Heroines" ,Annual much as we like our beer and : ., rum, and coke, even 'the poolrooms I $295 DOWN $*95 DOWN
) I Tina 'Sundayrlew bowling alleys vie .bowl Several 2 and 3 bedroom now avail New 3-bedrootn CBS home under'
ed a 180 Sunday wont'
: one we
construction. NW 57th st. NW
;JI' Providence Courfc'No,'.129 : mind but, why grocers.' You able. Carver Ranches, 1 mortgage near
Heroines of Jtrlcho, Is .giving, Us got to ,eat 'to, live! ' b to pay. Close to school, park, shop 22nd' Ave. Separate living room. :
I ,Annual :Tea 'fft&day evening, November Oh well, We think these ,tfln 'ping. See models, 4021 SW 20th St. Dining area, kitchen all modern 3
..' ? 21 at the, home of Mis ,isters don't, smoke Viceroys They ,: ,, 5210 S.W. 21st St. 5350 S.W. 19th bathroom with shower doors, Venetian ,
Johnnie Mae Hill, 1142 NW 1st don't ,think for themselves. Of 1{# blinds, close to buses and .hop i ,
6 court, from I to: '6, The do they? 1 St. Then see us. Hurry!!In ping. No
,,:r' I' 'publlcW Invited, qualifying, no closing :
"non E3 costs. See finished sold models at
f iEarseV: ,Qulmer, secretary ....WE l\1I Mlamian'
: ;SiJa }ppi! M..,Hill, M, A4 M. this week while 'sipping a beet CUSTOM BUILT NICE AREA NW 61st St.1>etwen NW 21st and ''
3-BEDROOM NW 22nd Ave.
rl 2 $1,495 DOWN
:' Buys this home. Has 3 air condition
[ : t : 04(
[L 11. !fit t'' ers, front all jalousied porch, extra $895 DOWN

.. .. TV SICK ? :11 jalousied den, carporte, city water, bedrooin home, separate living
: J ,,' .iJ ;'i large living room, dining room, fur room, dining room, kitchen, bath.

t i Ui nished, large closets, tiled kitchen room, jalousied, landscaped, city
if f Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;Xi with stove, refrigerator and wash water, nice area. Close to 12th and -I.
NW 17th Ave. Busses. Priced low.
.. t t. ing machine. One mortgage to
'I Move in. pay
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t .Picture Tube Special alt I N.W. 62nd ST. LOCATION Buys one of here new 3-bedroom
CBS homes! in Opa Locka. Built in '
L )/; b-S22.95. v '21.lnch29. t tJ Large corner 100 x 107 lot, CBS ovens and range. Large lot Close'to, .
.n building with
:<> ; apartment upstairs. public and high schools. Tile roof
t !( t i; '" U Good[ for business. City water: patio, sliding glass doors. Only one, t'
streets and walks
} J LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN c side zoned for mortgage to pay. No closing costs.
multipleunits clinic
'I Selling as fast ... can be built NW
:: Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 ate etc. Shown by appointment. .... .... 18th and NW 153rd St.

: I r ,RADIOS. REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service t. Hij3

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We are open every day 9 to 9'p.m. including Sundays

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. l 8 i 201 N.W. 62nd Street ( Phone PL 7.1645

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